After Manikarnika, Kangana Ranaut's next directorial will be an epic action drama based on real-life story
Kangana Ranaut's other projects include Panga, Mental Hai Kya and the Jayalalithaa biopic.
The film will be mounted on a large scale, but will be different from any other epic that has been made in recent times, the actor said in a statement.
"I'm on the verge of announcing my next directorial venture. It's an action film, an epic drama. It has taken a lot of my time. Currently, we are putting everything in order, but we have locked the script. We will be doing a photoshoot, soon after, which we plan to release the poster, too," said Kangana.
The actor feels great that female artistes are bringing a lot of business in the industry and believes it is the "right time" for her to start working on her second directorial project.
Kangana on 9 April wrapped up the shoot of Panga in New Delhi and will now head to Kolkata for the next leg. Apart from Panga, she also has Mental Hai Kya and Jayalalithaa biopic. She has also revealed that she will helm a film based on her life, written by Baahubali scriptwriter KV Vijayendra Prasad.
(With inputs from Press Trust of India)
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