Song Review: O Gujariya From Queen Is Fun And Foot Tapping

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Queen 06[tps_footer]O Gujariya, the third song from Kangana Ranaut starrer Queen, is out. And the first listen reveals that its catchy, fun and foot tapping.

Queen is an unusual story of a Delhi girl, Rani (Kangana), who is all set to be married, but somehow ends up going for her honeymoon to Amsterdam and Paris all by herself – a very unusual plot.

O Gujariya shows the beautiful transformation of Rani (Kangana Ranaut) from a shy small town girl into an outspoken, fun loving and confident girl.

During the course of the song, Rani discovers the joy of travelling with the new friends she has made during her honeymoon to Amsterdam and Paris.

One cannot stop noticing the sultry and sensuous Lisa Haydon in the song who is essaying the character of an uninhibited and outgoing Vijay Lakshmi.

The song has lyrics both in English and Hindi and is quite catchy and vibrant. It has been composed by Amit Trivedi and has vocals by Shefali Alvares and Nikhil D’souza. Anvita Dutt has penned the lyrics.

During the shooting of his particular song, Kangana Ranaut visited the red light areas of Amsterdam and was seen interacting with the prostitutes and made some friends as well.

In fact, even after wrapping the shoot up for the day, she made it a point to interact with the locals. She says she did that to bring in the local flavour to her character in the film.

Kangana Ranaut has got into the skin of the character of a typical Delhi girl. Her accent and her attire of jeans, skirts, kurtas and sweaters make the character more believable, not to miss the handbag that she carries all along.

WATCH O GUJARIYA – QUEEN VIDEO:
Queen is directed by Vikas Bahl and produced by Viacom18 Motion Pictures, Vikramaditya Motwane and Anurag Kashyap.

Queen stars Kangana Ranaut, Lisa Haydon and Rajkummar Rao and is scheduled for release on February 28, 2014.

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