Kangana Ranaut Turns To Classics As She Plays Love Story Theme Music On The Piano At Her House In Manali - VIDEO

Just some time back, Kangana Ranaut’s team shared a small clip of the actress where she played Love Story theme music on the piano and damn, the soothing tune was sheer magic to our ears. We are listening to it on loop!

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Kangana Ranaut Turns To Classics As She Plays Love Story Theme Music On The Piano At Her House In Manali - VIDEO
Not so long ago, Kangana Ranaut once said that she believes that learning should never stop and well, she indeed did what she said. As the lockdown has brought out the hidden talent of many and made them a bit productive, similarly, Kangana too used this phase to be at the top of her game not just professionally but personally as well. Just some time back, Kangana’s team shared a small clip of the actress indulging her time in learning something new and that is to play the piano. She recently played Love Story theme music on the piano and damn, the soothing tune was sheer magic to our ears.

As Kangana gave revamped her sister’s new dream house recently, she also made sure to make the most of it. With this, she played the piano at her house in Manali. Her team captioned her video as, “#KanganaRanaut turns to classics — plays Love Story theme on the piano at her house in Manali.” Kangana recently did interior decoration for sister Rangoli’s new pad, and ensured it had a perfect mix of style, comfort, and being a vocal advocate for sustainable fashion and Khadi, made optimal use of local material.

Kangana Ranaut flew to Manali before the lockdown and is there ever since and enjoying every bit of her stay. The Judgementall Hai Kya actress keeps treating us with picturesque photos of Manali and how she is exploring and trying new things, spending quality time with her family and herself. It a sure treat to our quarantine eyes.


Meanwhile, on the work front, after Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi, Kangana Ranaut is all set to wear the director’s hat once again with Aparajitha Ayodhya which is based on Ram Mandir case, thus making it one of the hottest topics deserving a watch on its release. ALSO READ: Kangana Ranaut's Pictures From Manali Amidst Lockdown Make Up For A Pretty Sight

Apart from this, she is also gearing up for the release of Thalaivi which is based on the chronicles of Tamil Nadu CM J Jayalalithaa. The film will also see the late actor-politician MG Ramachandran or MGR’s character who is said to have had played an integral role in Jayalalithaa political innings which will be played by Arvind Swami. ALSO READ: Kangana Ranaut’s Décor For Rangoli’s Warm, Cosy Home Sets An Example For ‘Vocal For Local’, Makes Optimum Use Of Local Materials- PICS


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