Queen (2014)

Hindi 2 hrs 26 mins Romance
96 %
Total Reviews: 23
Sahi: 22 Nahi: 1

Review Summary: Make time to go watch this absolute charmer! An amazing female protagonist, and a lot to love!

Average Critic Rating: (3.77)
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Est. Budget: 24.7 CR
Est. Box Office Collection: 63.3 CR

Plot: Rani ( Kangana Ranaut ) is a 24-year-old Punjabi girl living in Rajouri Garden, Delhi. She is from a very conservative family; her brother escorts her everywhere for her safety. Two days before her marriage, her fiancé Vijay ( Rajkummar Rao ) meets with her in a local cafe to... Read more

Queen - Movie Reviews

Cast: Kangana Ranaut, Rajkummar Rao, Lisa HaydonDirection: Vikas BahlRating: ****The best thing about ‘Queen’ is that Vikas Bahl has crafted memorable characters that don’t conform to Bollywood stereotypes. The story weaved around these characters stays a
Yahoo India
You could skip it!
Yahoo India
Kangana Ranaut is the 'Queen' of hearts
Indian Express
Worth a watch!
Koi Moi
QUEEN reinvents the genre with its non-formulaic screenplay and skilled direction. A charming little film
Bollywood Hungama
Rare disarming film that has you smiling throughout
Can it get better than this? On the eve of International Women's Day Vikas Bahl (Chillar Party) comes with such an emotionally satisfying and brilliantly played on screen beacon on Indian womanhood with 'Queen' under Viacom 18 and Phantom Films production, weaving together a magnificent tapestry of femininity with an affectionate hug to life and friendship in this poignant story of love, coincidence and resilience and self acceptance with such clinch of cinematic satisfaction ensuring repeat 'thumkas' of joy especially from women and to be women (girls).
India Glitz
If there’s one thing we have come to expect from Phantom Productions, it has to be out of the box, not run of the mill films that tend to steer clear of the normal Hindi films we get to experience on a daily basis. Lootera and the recently released Hasee
Amit Trivedi and Anvita Dutt produce a gem!
Bollywood Life
At one point in Vikas Bahl’s “Queen”, lead character Rani has too much to drink on the streets of Paris. She bursts into loud sobs over her broken marriage, but perks up when she hears a Hindi song. Kangana Ranaut, who plays Rani, changes her body languag
Reuters India
Bollywood seems to have realized how profitable films focused on female characters can be. English Vinglish inaugurated this trend in 2012, and this year’s Women’s Day will witness the release of two all-women films, Gulaab Gang and Queen. The review of t
Bolly Spice
Queen is a definitely a one-time watch for Kangana’s performance and a must watch for women to get inspired from Rani’s resilience
I have very few complaints with this film. The story, screenplay, direction and acting was great. The characters felt very real, from Rani’s protective parents to Vijay and his smarmy family. The settings feel authentic and the little details are just rig
Planet Bollywood
Story:Rani (kangna) hails from a middle class Punjabi family in Delhi and when she is spotted by Vijay (rajkumar) who hails from London, it is love at first sight. He wooes her to the fullest and finally Rani agrees and marriage is set. But just at the el
Bharat Student
A witty and humourous coming-of-age film with some great histrionics by Kangana
Don’t miss out!
Can it get better than this? On the eve of International Women's Day Vikas Bahl (Chillar Party) comes with such an emotionally satisfying and brilliantly played on screen beacon on Indian womanhood
India Glitz
Queen turns out to be Kangana Ranaut's coming of age film
Queen is an ignorant Delhi girl who finds herself on a 'honeymoon' all by herself. What happens along the way forms the crux of this sweet sensitive fun social drama
Times of India
Queen is one of the finest films this year that with all its simplicity strikes a chord with the mass. The movie deserves not one but repeated watch.
Now Running
This is a film that is no less tangy than the gol gappas that Rajouri Garden girl Rani Mehra rustles up in an Italian pizzeria in faraway Amsterdam.