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Kangana Ranaut calls “Emergency,” which has five songs, a “musical drama”

Kangana Ranaut, an Indian film actress, has said that her new film “Emergency,” which depicts the national Crisis of 1977, is a “melodic romance” with five songs. On Weekend, Kangana posted a photo from the set of the movie “Incident” to her social media account and wrote, “Today, a composer is on set. Ha ha, the director can relax. Emergency is an artistic drama with five songs, by the way.”

“I don’t get why individuals don’t anticipate songs in Emergency… I love music, and I might have the tallest song ever that lasts more than 10 minutes. For the block interval.. And good music tagging gv prakash and kruti mahesh.” The Padmashree actress had said earlier on her social media page that G.V. Prakash and Manoj Muntashir would be working on the music for the movie “Emergency.” Kangana not only serves as the main character in the upcoming movie, but she is also the film’s producer and director.

In the movie “Emergency,” which Kangana Ranaut is directing, she will also play Indira Gandhi, who was the Prime Minister of India from 1966 to 1977. The film will tell the story of the Emergency, which was the most important political event in India after it got its independence.

Emergency was declared by President Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed under Article 352 of the Constitution because of “internal disturbance” and was in place for 21 months, from 1975 to 1977. On March 21, 1977, it was taken away.

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