Bollywood’s fiery talent, Kangana Ranaut, wears multiple hats in her upcoming directorial venture, Emergency.Not only is she helming the project, but she is also taking on the challenging role of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, showcasing her versatility on screen. As both the director and producer of the film, Kangana is leaving no stone unturned in promoting this ambitious project, even though the release date remains undisclosed.
In a recent social media post, Kangana shared a captivating image of herself engaged in a conversation with an AI generated representation of Indira Gandhi, offering a unique glimpse into her preparation for the role. This innovative approach to storytelling adds an intriguing layer to the anticipation surrounding Emergency.
Kangana’s dedication extends beyond the screen, as evidenced by her visit to the ‘Pradhanamantri Sangrahalaya,’ a new museum dedicated to India’s 14 former Prime Ministers. Participating in a light and sound show named ‘Veerangana Ki Mahagatha,’ Kangana immersed herself in the historical context of the era the film explores.
Emergency boasts a stellar cast, featuring Anupam Kher as Jayaprakash Narayan, Shreyas Talpade as Atal Bihari Vajpayee, and Ashok Chhabra as Morarji Desai. The film delves into the tumultuous events of the Emergency period 1975-1977, offering audiences a riveting cinematic experience. Despite the lack of a confirmed release date, the makers are eyeing a theatrical debut in 2024.
Kangana’s commitment to the project goes beyond the creative realm, she has reportedly mortgaged all her properties to ensure the film’s realization. As the buzz surrounding Emergency intensifies, audiences eagerly await the unveiling of this cinematic journey through a pivotal period in India’s political history.