Decoded: 5 dialogues that define Kangana Ranaut's Alka Singh character in 'Revolver Rani'
These dialogues from 'Revolver Rani' exemplify Kangana's Alka Singh character.
New Delhi:She has got swag and mind you, she can even do one-arm push up with utter ease. Her style is outlandish and she only wears stuff from Italy. Guns and bullets are her favourite accessory. She can be unruly but at the same time it would be hard to find as passionate a lover as her. Yes, this is exactly what Kangana Ranaut's 'Revolver Rani' character is all about, and the actress has pulled it off commendably. Kangana owns the role and director Sai Kabir was indeed right when he said that no other Bollywood actress could have been able to portray the role of Alka, the way Kangana did.
We roll out 5 dialogues from the movie that perfectly defines her character.
There are spoilers ahead so if you haven't seen 'Revolver Rani' yet, we would suggest you to come back to this write-up later.
1)Hum hai Alka Singh, I love phasion, phun aur gun: Although this dialogue was only shown in the trailer and not in the movie, but this is just the zest of Alka Singh's character. From the metal embellished brassier to the half-moon sunglasses, she keeps herself au courant with the latest trend.
2)Kadak nath murga khaya karo sab kuch kadak rahega: This had a pun intended and Alka Singh indeed meant it, when she told this to her lover Rohan Mehra (Vir Das) while feasting on chicken. Alka is frisky and wants her lover to satiate her unfathomable lust.
3)Mudai lakh bura chahe toh kya hota hai wahi hota hai jo manjure Alka hota hai: She is the ultimate command and no one can deter her from taking decisions. She is a woman who is so valiant that even men are scared to mess up with her.
4)Ram ram, saban ney ram ram, subah ki ram ram nagad, shaam ki ram ram advance: She is not scared of what's going to happen in the future and is prepared for both best and worst.
5)Aaj sey tumhara naam Chumchum, aur iska kacchu logic nai: She rechristens her boyfriend's name as Chumchum, when he calls her Coco. But unlike him, she didn't have any logic to it. It's just that she liked the name and wanted to call him by it.