"Sublime Drama Series": Kangana Ranaut's Huge Praise For Vikramaditya Motwane's "Jubilee'

Vikramaditya Motwane's new Hindi web series 'Jubilee' continues to garner praise from all corners.

Entertainment Desk
By Entertainment Desk |
 Wednesday May 03, 2023
Vikramaditya Motwane's new Hindi web series 'Jubilee' continues to garner praise from all corners.

Vikramaditya Motwane's latest web series 'Jubilee' continues to garner praise from all corners. After Karan Johar, Kangana Ranaut has now praised the show, and she thanked the filmmaker for launching talent like Wamiqa Gabbi and Sidhant Gupta. She also congratulated Aparshakti Khurrana and Aditi Rao Hydari for their performerance in the period drama, which showcases the early days of Hindi film industry.

Taking to her Instagram story, Kangana Ranaut wrote: "What a splendid, spectacular, absolutely sublime drama series .... The seed of the Golden age of Hindi cinema was sown in the ashes of partition and the after math of World War 2... Drama characters resemblance to the most iconic stalwarts of that era is rather uncanny ...."

"It brings alive all the folklores and legends of the golden age we day dream about till today ... beyond wonderful... A must watch..."@motwayne in all his glory shines like the golden age of Indian cinema," she added.

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Speaking about the show further, she said: "Every department excels, from writing to photography, from costumes to sets, from music to make up everything is blending together to bring about an exhilarating screen experience.

"@aparshakti_khurana is terrific @aditiraohydari shines and Special thanks to director @motwavne for launching two fresh faces ( for me at least, I am watching their work for the first time) who are dazzling the screen with their excellent performances, charm and sparkling energy.... We need fresh talent in the film industry welcome to the team @wamigagabbi @sidhant," Kangana added.

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Wamiqa Gabbi reshared Kangana's Instagram story, and she wrote: "Thank you. I have always admired your craft (who hasn't). It's beautiful to see an established artist like you to openly write such beautiful words and encourage new actors." 

Wamiqa Gabbi

'Jubilee' is set in the backdrop of Bombay (now Mumbai) in 1947 when Hindi cinema was just finding its groove.

While speaking about the show, director Vikramaditya Motwane in a statement had said: "While the series is set in that celebrated era of cinema, at its core, Jubilee is a very human story, with narrative themes that will resonate with everyone – which is what drew me to the story in the first place. We’ve painstakingly researched each aspect of the series to remain true to its era.”

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