Simran Trailer Reaction | Simran Official Trailer | Kangana Ranaut | Releasing 15th September |

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Aug 12, 2017

by Fresh Box Office Network on Aug 12,2017 -

It`s Mind Blowing! Simran looks special! Kangana Ranaut is back and not for a controversy but for a beautiful film.

This will be Hansal Mehta`s and Kangana`s first collaboration together. It looks more like Queen which had her playing a Delhi girl who has a very little life experience.

The difference here is she is not a victim. She plays a divorcee who is exploring life on her own terms. imran is an upcoming Indian Bollywood drama film directed by Hansal Mehta which features Kangana Ranaut in the lead.

The movie began Production in March 2016 and principal photography commenced in October 2016 at Atlanta, United States of American. The film is scheduled for a worldwide release on 15 September 2017.

Here is some quick stats:

Directed by Hansal Mehta
Produced by Bhushan Kumar
Krishan Kumar
Shailesh R Singh
Amit Agarwal
Written by Apurva Asrani
Starring Kangana Ranaut
Soham Shah
Esha Tewari Pande
Aneesha Joshi
Paramhans Creations Entertainments
Adarsh Telemedia
Release date
15 September 2017
The much awaited trailer of Hansal Mehta’s ‘Simran’ is out now, and it is hilarious. Kangana Ranaut has proved that when it comes to comedy, she is surely one of the best actresses we have in Bollywood, and ‘Simran’ won’t be an exception. The actress is simply amazing in the trailer, and impresses us with her witty act. The trailer looks fresh, and it is surely something totally different from the previous Hansal Mehta movies. ‘Simran’ is slated to release on September 15, 2017.
The trailer of Kangana Ranaut`s much-talked about movie Simran has finally been unveiled by the makers of the film. In Simran, Kangana Ranaut will be seen portraying the role of Praful Patel, a Gujarati woman who lives in New York and is a divorcee. The two-and-a-half minute trailer takes us through the various phases of Praful`s life and shows that she is a shoplifter and addicted to gambling. However, she knows how to live her life to the fullest and confidently tries to woo men with her cheesy one-liners. "Boyfriend hona koi character flaw thodi hai. Ladke patana toh talent hota hai," she tells her prospective man. At the end of the trailer, Praful is seen on a robbery spree with cops chasing her. The guy she is in love with leaves her but yet she`s smiling.
The trailer of Hansal Mehta’s Simran, starring the Queen of Bollywood Kangana Ranaut, is out. And, we must say you cannot hold yourself from getting impressed by Kangana after watching the trailer.

In Simran, Kangana Ranaut plays a kleptomaniac and gambler who lives life to the fullest. Her character is a divorcee but nothing stops her from flirting with guys as she proudly says that to woo a man is “not a character flaw, but an art.” She has a poetic side too. In fact, Simran’s trailer starts with some phrases where she compares freedom with butterflies and sun’s rays.

But not everything is perfect in Praful aka Kangana’s life. In the latter part of the trailer, she is seen on a robbery spree. Cops are chasing Praful and the guy she is interested in doesn’t want to see her face but yet she is smiling with a glass of champagne in her hand. So, what is the tragedy behind this smiling face? Well, we would only know when the film releases this September.
Simran which is expected to be a racy thriller has been shot primarily in the US. The film is, reportedly, inspired by the life of an NRI nurse, who was imprisoned for robbing banks to pay off her gambling debts.
Filmmaker Hansal Mehta has finally opened up about the allegations made by Simran writer Apurva Asrani, saying he is not bothered by name calling on social media by “someone desperate to seek attention and gain sympathy”.

Asrani has alleged that the film’s lead, Kangana Ranaut, who has been credited as ‘additional dialogue and story writer’ tried to discredit his work in public by saying that she developed the story with Mehta from a one-line screenplay.

Mehta, however, without taking any names said that he will continue to credit people who work to improve his films.

“Yes, I am guilty. Guilty of crediting individuals who contribute to making my films very special to many of us,” Mehta tweeted.
“Call me names, as many names as you want. But in your desperation to seek attention and gain sympathy do not try to harm my film,” said the director about his writing partner in films like Shahid and Aligarh.

Alluding to Asrani’s comment that Mehta should show some spine and clear the air over the controversy, the director wrote, “My spine is whatever it is, weak or strong, it is only for my film and nothing else. If I chose not to speak it is for my film.

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