Judgementall Hai Kya trailer: Kangana, Rajkummar are indeed mental in this one!

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After 'Queen' Kangana Ranaut and Rajkummar Rao are back again with 'Judgementall Hai Kya'. Directed by Prakash Kovelamudi, the film deals with mental health and hallucinations.

The film which was initially titled as 'Mental Hai Kya' was changed because the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) found it little harsh.

The trailer shows both Kangana and Rajkummar as two suspects for a murder.

During the trailer launch event, Kangana said that the story of 'Judgmentall Hai Kya' is not a sob story of a female protagonist who is suffering from a mental condition.

"I think the revolution in the mainstream cinema came from "Tanu Weds Manu", wherein a heroine is shown in a real way. Tanu knows how to play around with boys but she is not a vamp," said Kangana.

"In the same way, Bobby, in this film, is going through mental illness but she is not sitting in a corner and sobbing about it," she added.

Talking about Kangana's character in the film, Kanika Dhillon said, "honestly, because of Kangana's outspoken nature, I do not think there is any other actress in the industry that could have pulled off the character the way she did."

Kangana noted, "There was a phase in my life when people openly tried to shame me and said that I was mad, I was on medication. Even though I wasn't, I replied to them: "so what?" I would not have felt ashamed even if I were on medication."

"However, when Kanika narrated the script to me, I felt more compassionate towards the character because the society also calls "Bobby" a mad girl. it became more relatable for me. Honestly, I am ok with things that people say," said the "Queen" actress.

The film features Rajkummar Rao, Brijendra Kala, Jimmy Shergill, Amyra Dastur among others.

"Judgementall Hai Kya" is set to release on July 26.

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