The tongue-in-cheek Queen review

Movies like Queen are proof that you can make people laugh without having characters.

Published:March 8, 2014 2:56 pm
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Movies like Queen are proof that you can make people laugh without having characters slipping on banana peels, being slapped by monkeys or knocking ten people out with a single punch. Perhaps a tad bit optimistic, Queen is otherwise the perfect feel-good film, with hilarious dialogues, a relatable plot, and brilliant acting.

After the interview, our reporter found several celebrities raving in the foyer of the theatre. He went up to them to ask for their reactions (mostly because his boss would kill him if he didn’t)

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Already saturated with the amount of “sanskaar” and “aashirward” he was hearing, our reporter decided to speak next to a famous director across the room.

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Scared that he would end up hitting Rohit Shetty (and subsequently getting fired from his job), our reporter spotted a famous whose true appearance was, till now, just a myth.

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Annoyed at how petty Bollywood producers could be, our reporter walked across the room to a corner where a famous Bollywood actress was sulking.

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Tired of these conflicting opinions, the reporter slumped away. Then he saw that the next show of Queen was starting in five minutes…

by Antara and Vinit for Laugh Out Loud Ventures

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    Ashi
    Mar 9, 2014 at 1:01 pm
    Hahaha. Brilliantly put. Love the Rohit Shetty and Vidya Balan parts especially.But anyway, Queen has been such an absolute delight to watch. Like a breath of fresh air in this age of horrible Hindi movies with such shoddy scripts. Underrated as actress, Kangana delivers a nuanced and top-notch performance. What I more specifically liked about this movie was how deftly the topic was handled in a way that it should without being too full of itself and preachy rather, it was humourous and crisp. More power to the Queen team!
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