Kangana Ranaut has been in the headlines since the poster and trailer of her upcoming project, 'Emergency' was unveiled. The film which is billed to be political drama centres around the occurrences of the 1975-77 under the regime of former President Indira Gandhi.
Kangana managed to captivate the attention of all her fans and viewers from the first look of the film when she walked in as Indira Gandhi. Now, a few pictures of Ranaut along with her prosthetic artist while they were trying to create a look for her, have been making rounds on social media.
To be noted, David Malinowski, an Oscar winner who has worked on movies like The Batman, Darkest Hour, and World War Z, transformed Kangana for the film. In a statement announcing the film, Kangana Ranaut remarked that she chose to tell this narrative because Emergency depicts one of the most significant eras in Indian political history, which revolutionised the way we approach authority.
Furthermore, portraying a public figure on TV is difficult because it requires perfecting the person's appearance, personality, and traits. She spent a lot of time doing research on the issue, and when she believed she had enough material, she started filming.
Earlier, Kangana had shared a newspaper clipping from 1975, and wrote, “These were the most dramatic events in the recent history of the world. What lead to the Emergency which was declared today and what were its consequence. In the centre of it was the most powerful woman in the world. This deserves a grand-scale epic film of its own. So see you in the theatres next year with #Emergency”.