While Kangna Ranaut may have committed many fashion faux pas in the past, this time the lady seems to have got it right. Check out ...
Kangana Ranaut was spotted at a promotional event for Tru Trussardi Eyewear in Mumbai. (AFP)
Kangna definitely gets thumbs up for the stylish look. (AFP)
(Second from left) Model Sahil Shroff, Anushka Manchanda, Shweta Salve, Kangna Ranaut and Rannvijay Singh at the event. (Photo: Fashionista, Pinkvilla)
Kangna pouts for the cameras. (AFP)
While her dress, sunglasses and bag go well together, her shoes stick out like a sore thumb. (Photo: Fashionista, Pinkvilla)
Kangna poses at Tru Trussardi event. (Photo: Fashionista, Pinkvilla)
(L-R) Sahil, Anushka, Shweta and Rannvijay also upped the glamour quotient. (Photo: Fashionista, Pinkvilla)
Kangna looks red hot in the monochrome combination. (Photo: Fashionista, Pinkvilla)
Don't those shoelaces remind of the shoes you wore to school? (Photo: Fashionista, Pinkvilla)
The team members of upcoming film Queen Thursday dressed in black to express their outrage at the horrific gang-rape incident in the capital four days ago. While the film's lead actress Kangna Ranaut said they will support the victim "in every possible way", director Vikas Bahl demanded that girls should have the freedom to walk on the roads alone any time.
"We are praying for her (the rape victim who is critical in hospital). I hope she makes it because she has the right to live a normal life. We are going to support her in every possible way," said Kangna, who plays a simple Delhi girl in the film, being shot here.
The 23-year-old woman, a physiotherapist, was gang-raped and beaten up in a moving bus. She is fighting for her life in a hospital here.
Bahl said right steps by the government should not mean banning girls from stepping out post-sunset.
"What everyone is trying to say is that everyone supports the girl and all women who live and will continue to live in fear. We want to keep the momentum of the movement going in our own way," Bahl told IANS.
"And I am sure that police and government will take right steps. And by right step, I do not mean girls staying at home after 7 p.m. The right step should be that a girl can walk on the road alone even at 3 a.m. She should decide how she wants to dress," he added.
Kangna wants the authorities to provide secure environment to women.
"I was traumatised... I was afraid and scarred for life with the details of the incident. I don't thing anything could be same again," she said.
"Like any other common person, we are giving 50 percent of our income to the government and expecting them to protect us. People do expect answers and they (politicians) are answerable to us."