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Kangana Ranaut visits Ajmer Sharif for Rajjo

IndiaGlitz [Wednesday, November 13, 2013]
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Recently, Kangana Ranaut visited the dargah of Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, Ajmer along with Director Vishwas Patil, to seek blessings for her forthcoming film 'Rajjo'  on Tuesday.

The actress is receiving rave reviews for her performance in the recent release 'Krrish 3' along with Hrithik Roshan. So 'Rajjo' will be her second release back-to-back this month. Television queen Ekta Kapoor also made a holy trip sometimes back for one of her film that landed her into some controversies.

'Rajjo' is a hard-hitting film based on the lives of prostitution and brothels. Produced by Four Pillar Films, the film also stars Paras Arora, Prakash Raj and Mahesh Manjrekar and is set to release on 15th November 2013.




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