Kangana Ranaut now turns editor for 'Simran'

Aug 01, 2017, 10:30 IST | Mohar Basu

National award winning actress Kangana Ranaut has taken it upon herself to turn a editor for her film 'Simran', after the first cut of the trailer left the marketing team disappointed

Kangna Ranaut
Kangna Ranaut

Months after she got into a war of words with Apurva Asrani for his unwillingness to share the writing credit for Simran with her, Kangana Ranaut, it seems, has now irked the marketing department of the Hansal Mehta-directed project. After the team was unhappy with the film's first trailer, the actor, we hear, has decided to take matters into her hands.

A source tells mid-day that Ranaut is in discussion with Mehta to zero in on how the trailer should eventually turn out, and the marketing team is apprehensive about her methods, since it may delay the promotional strategy. Given that the last commercial success she enjoyed was the 2015 comedy-drama, Tanu Weds Manu Returns, Ranaut has her hopes pinned on this outing, which, she believes, will put her back on the map. Hence, she is leaving no stone unturned to make the film a promising one, and may even sit at the editing table, calling the shots on how it will play out.

Mehta, is happy to give the actor a free hand since he finds her inputs crucial. It is believed that he is of the opinion that had Vishal Bhardwaj paid heed to Ranaut's recommendations, crisper editing could have made Rangoon a better film.

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