• Sweta Kaushal
    Sweta Kaushal
    Hindustan Times


    Kangana really impresses with her performance. Though Rajkummar does not have much of a screen space, he plays the regressive fiancé perfectly. If there is one reason why you should watch the film, it is Kangana’s acting.

  • This is a fun film, and the lead performance makes a difference. After “Dedh Ishqiya”, “Hasee Toh Phasee”, “Highway” and now “Queen”, it seems Bollywood is finally getting rid of the coy, virtuous heroine for good. That might be the best thing that’s happened this year.

  • Queen is definitely a step in right direction for Indian cinema. Let’s hope it paves the way for more story-centric films in future. After Vidya and Priyanka, Kangana has staked her claim as the right choice for gutsy roles. And that’s a good thing too.

  • Komal Nahta
    Komal Nahta


    Kangana Ranaut’s performance in Queen overpowers the film itself. The film will, therefore, not be able to realise its full potential. It will do ordinary business because in centres other than the big cities, the audience looks for excitement in drama more than performance of the cast. Business in cities will definitely be good despite very poor opening as the word of mouth for Kangana’s acting will be supremely positive.

  • Queen is an ebullient, enjoyable film, its feminist points squirelled into the film’s margins. It’s the breeziest film you can imagine about a person’s transformation in a short span, and Ranuat is winningly responsible for it.