Actress Kangana Ranaut won accolades for her double role in Tanu Weds Manu Returns and the film turns out to be a roll-over-prize. Reportedly, she is playing dual role again in her next movie Katti Batti opposite to actor Imran Khan.
Nikhil Advani is directing the romantic comedy Katti Batti and Kangna will be seen playing two girl’s roles Payal and Bijlee. However, the director is tight-lipped about the venture.
“Everything on Katti Batti is kept under wraps; no one is revealing the details of the film apart from it that the movie is a love story”.

Meanwhile, Kangna already had proved herself in dual role. In her last released Tanu Weds Manu Returns she played role of a Tanu (beautiful married woman) and Kusum (a Haryanvi athlete). The particular role is testimony of her acting skills.
She earlier mentioned that the role in Anand L. Rai directorial turned out to be challenging for her.
In B-Town, if there is one person for whom there is no stopping for now, then it has to be one and only “Queen” Kangana Ranaut indeed! After enjoying the success of Tanu Weds Manu Returns she is getting geared up for her next cinema Katti Batti.

For this movie exactly she even tries cinematography by calling the shots for a scene which happens to be an intimate scene with her co-star Imran Khan. Actually, the story is that Kangna had to shot an intimate scene for her movie Katti Batti, due to it was an intimate scene not many people were allowed in the set except the cinematographer and the actors. She took permission from the cinematographer to use her hand in over the camera to shot the scene. She speaks regarding the scene, “It is seven minutes uncut sequence. I had to shot it by holding the camera in my hands which demand the script. It was nerve racking but actors can do anything for a director who shows trust and faith in his actor abilities. Nikhil is one such director”.
UTV is producing Kangna-Imran’s next Katti Batti which is scheduled to hit theater 18th September 2015 and its trailer will be out on 14th June.

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