Kangana Ranaut starred ‘Dhaakad’ Trailer OUT watch her pack a punch as Agent Agni

Believe Kangana Ranaut to provide something out of the box and she performed just that with the trailer of her next ‘Dhaakad’. The actress put on the garbs of a spy, who goes by the name of Agent Agni, for this action thriller. From powerful stunts to glorious guns and fierce fights – the ‘Dhaakad’ trailer promises to be one action-packed outing. Arjun Ramapl essays the role of a mining mafia in this entertainer, which is directed by Razneesh ‘Razy’ Ghai.

Talking about the film, Kangana had said that it has been a long-standing dream of her to take up challenging parts and be part of movies that change the norm. Dhaakad is one such film. She enjoyed playing Agent Agni who stops at nothing. Dhaakad is a genre-defining film and they have worked very hard to create something that lived up to the dream that they had envisioned. Agent Agni is a force of nature and embodies the strength within them and the film is a celebration of grit and power. ‘Dhaakad’ also stars Saswata Chatterjee and Divya Dutta in key parts. The film is slated for release on 20th May.

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At the trailer launch, Kangana also spoke about the ongoing national language debate. The actress had stated that as of now, Hindi is the national language. And when Ajay Devgn ji said, Hindi is our national language, he is not wrong. But she understands the sentiment of Sudeep and he is not wrong either. And if people saying that Kannada and Tamil are older than Hindi, then they aren’t wrong either. Also, it is very unfortunate that there is a debate on South and North films. They have always received stepmotherly treatment and it shouldn’t have been so in the first place. It is also very unfortunate that we have never had a South actor in Bollywood as a leading actor. If things were under Kangana’s control, she would say Sanskrit is the legitimate language, from which German, English, and French have originated. Why don’t we have the Sanskrit language as the national language?