In the first glimpse of 'Maharagni', Kajol taught a lesson to the goons, Prabhu Deva's scary avatar seen

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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The first glimpse of Kajol and Prabhu Deva's film 'Maharagni: Queen of Queens' has come out, in which Kajol has made a banging entry and Prabhu Deva is also seen creating fear in the audience with his fierce style. As soon as the glimpse of the film came out, people have become excited about it and are praising Kajol's tremendous acting.

Kajol has shared the first glimpse of 'Maharagni: Queen of Queens' on her Instagram account and wrote in the caption, 'Very excited to share this with you guys. Maharagini means queen of queens. Wait a minute and enjoy it, hope you guys like it. Directed by Tej Uppalapati.' People are praising this glimpse a lot. People have said – now it is getting difficult to wait for this film. Some people have praised Kajol and written – Wonder Woman Power. Many people have called it a blockbuster film.

Kajol's explosive entry in the end

This film 'Maharagni: Queen of Queens' starts with Prabhu Deva. After this, Samyukta Menon is seen in a car stunt scene. Naseeruddin Shah is also seen in this video of the film. After this, Kajol makes a grand entry in the end, who is seen amidst the celebration of Maa Durga Puja. Kajol is seen killing enemies in the Durga avatar. During this, Kajol's dialogue is something in which she says, 'Knowledge of Maa Saraswati, prosperity of Maa Lakshmi, power of Maa Durga, even after having all this, one must be afraid… Full to desi.'

'Aali re aunty Maharagani aunty'

Ajay Devgan has also posted this video of Kajol's film on social media and wrote, 'Aali re aali Maharani aali.'

This film will be released in 5 languages

The action film is directed by Naseeruddin Shah, Samyuktha Menon, Jisshu Sengupta and Aditya Seal. The makers will release this pan India film in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam languages.

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