Kangna Ranaut shot for Vikas Bahl’s Queen in Delhi’s Central Market on Wednesday. The scene was being shot near a banta vendor’s cart, where a makeup less Kangna shot from 9am to 7pm. The makers had to call in 20 extra security guards to control the crowd.
MORE ON KANGNA RANAUTKangna Ranaut shooting in Delhi
Kangna Ranaut is hotting up the capital in the Delhi winter. The actor is in the city to shoot for her film Queen, in which she plays a Delhi girl. Shooting started four days back and the team has shot in Alaknanda and Saket. On Thursday, action moved to Central Market in Lajpat Nagar.
The film is directed by Vikas Bahl, who previously made the National Award winning film Chillar Party. “I am shooting at all the places that I grew up seeing. For Neha Sharma's full coverage, click here.
20 bodyguards for Kangna Ranaut
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