The makers of Judgmentall Hai Kya hosted a success party at a popular club in Juhu, Mumbai. Kangana Ranaut, Rangoli Chandel, Amyra Dastur, Kanika Dhillon, Prakash Kovelamudi and Shailesh Singh attended the bash. All pictures/Yogen Shah
In picture: Kangana Ranaut opted for a monochrome gown, and she completed her look with a diamond necklace and black stilettos.
Kangana Ranaut and Rajkummar Rao's film, Judgementall Hai Kya is a cat and mouse game that has left the audience baffled. The chase of Bobby and Keshav played by Kangana and Rajkummar respectively begins in Mumbai and continues all the way till London.
In picture: Kangana Ranaut blows kisses at the paparazzi at her film's success bash in Juhu.
Judgementall Hai Kya traces the journey of Bobby, played by Kangana Ranaut, a crazy, irreverent character, who is borderline obsessed with her next-door neighbour, Keshav, played by Rajkummar Rao. Unlike Bobby, Keshav is overtly 'normal'. Their lives take an unexpected turn when they become prime suspects in a murder. Though Bobby and Keshav engage in oneupmanship with their own versions of the truth, the audience is thrown into a quandary over whom to trust.
Talking about the same, producer of the film Judgementall Hai Kya, Ekta Kapoor elaborated in a media interaction: "She's irreverent, radical and absolutely wild. As Bobby, Kangana has aced her character. Her oddity is what makes her stand out and that's what we attempt to celebrate."
In picture: Amyra Dastur looked pretty in a little white dress she opted for the celebration. She completed her look with golden heels.
Ekta Kapoor further continued: "Bobby works on her instincts and you're either with her, or you're questioning her, right till the end. Rajkummar as Keshav is exactly the opposite. He is the happy 'normal' guy and that makes his character more fishy. Both Bobby and Keshav compel you to wonder who the real culprit is."
In picture: Kangana Ranaut poses with Amyra Dastur at Judgementall Hai Kya success bash.
Rajkummar Rao, who plays the lead in the movie said in an interview with IANS: "We have made a good film. The only thing I was expecting was to be a part of a good film. Focus on work and lead a normal life --- that's how I live my life. I don't get into other things."
Rajkummar Rao, who was missing from the success bash further added: "I don't want too much attention. I am happy the way I am and I want people to know me for my work and nothing else."
In picture: Kangana Ranaut waved at the paparazzi when posed with sister Rangoli Chandel.
Rajkummar Rao and Kangana Ranaut-starrer Judgementall Hai Kya has been making news for several wrong reasons. The film was originally titled Mental Hai Kya. The name was subsequently changed after many people including a section of psychiatrists voiced concerns over the use of the word "mental".
In picture: Rangoli Chandel with Shaailesh Singh at the success party.
JudgeMentall Hai Kya reunites Queen co-stars Kangana and Rajkummar after a hiatus of around five years. Sharing his experience working with the Queen, the actor said: "Shooting with Kangana was like going back on the sets of 'Queen'. She is very sincere when it comes to work. She is passionate about it. That's how I also see my work, so we both constantly discuss scenes."
In picture: Shaailesh Singh also attended the bash hosted in Juhu
"A lot of people who have seen the film and the song said we share great chemistry. For me, acting is about reacting to your co-actor. She is brilliant as an actor. So, it's always fun to work with her," Rajkummar Rao concluded.
In picture: Kanika Dhillon, the writer of the film Judgementall Hai Kya was also clicked at the celebration.
Prakash Kovelamudi, Kangana Ranaut, Kanika Dhillion and Shaailesh Singh pose for the photographers at Judgementall Hai Kya success bash in Juhu.
Kangana Ranaut, Amyra Dastur, Rangoli Chandel, Kanika Dhillon, Shailesh Singh and Prakash Kovelamudi at Judgementall Hai Kya success bash in Juhu, Mumbai. We have pictures
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