Queen 2: Kangana Ranaut’s starrer to have part two sequel? Here’s everything you need to know

Filmmaker Vikas Bahl claimed that the script for Kangana Ranaut’s Queen 2 has already been prepared. He also explains why he did not make the sequel sooner.

Kangana Ranaut’s film ‘Queen’ was released a decade ago and became a sleeper hit. It created excellent reviews and has since become a cult favourite. A simple story of a girl from Rajori who decides to go on her own honeymoon to Europe after being called off the wedding by her fiancé the day before her wedding became a pioneering feminist film, and it is still making its way around movie sites and discussion forums. The film also features Rajkummar Rao and Lisa Haydon in the lead roles.

 

Since its debut, fans have been eager for an update on the sequel. After years of conjecture, filmmaker Vikas Bahl confirmed last year that a sequel was in the works, with Kangana reprising her role as Rani. In reaction, she took to Instagram and said, “Yessss.”

According to a report, Vikas discussed the topic, saying, “It will be ten years (March 07) since Queen’s debut, but the number of individuals who continue to approach me about Queen 2 makes me feel like the film had just been released yesterday! However, I am pleased to announce that we have finished writing our novel.”So,  yes, the sequel should happen,” he stated.

Vikas added that he felt the weight of expectations because Queen set the bar too high. He was certain that a sequel would be successful, but he didn’t want to rush things and settle for a mediocre story. “If I didn’t feel the pressure of matching up to the expectations that people have from the sequel, I would have already made it four years back just for money,” he said to the audience.

The Super 30 and Goodbye director said, “Na shohrat, na paisa, bas pyaar mein hi chal raha hai mera (laughs). Yes, I knew it would have provided me the money because Queen is a money spinner of sorts. But we were certain that we would not do it unless we had a tale as compelling as Queen’s. It was a difficult assignment, so we waited.”

When asked if there will be a celebration on March 7 to commemorate the Queen’s tenth anniversary, He stated, “It will be a double celebration for me because Shaitaan will be released on March 9, just two days after Queen’s tenth anniversary,”

Besides that, Vikas has a new horror film that stars R Madhavan, Ajay Devgn, and Jyothika. In addition, he is excited about the second season of his web sitcom, Sunflower, which premieres on Zee5 on March 1.

 

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