Kangana Ranaut epitomises grace, strength of character and progressive attitude in her latest interview
Kangana Ranaut, a name that is revered in the Industry for being the lone warrior, who always emerges victorious.
Kangana Ranaut, a name that is revered in the Industry for being the lone warrior, who always emerges victorious. The actress has been in the eye of the storm because of controversies, both on the personal and professional front. Yet, she did not back down and decided to stand by her actions and statements, despite facing backlash from some particularly influential quarters. And eventually, she walked out of it all with utmost grace and a strength of character. In her latest conversation with Bombay Times, Kangana, once again shared her opinions and thoughts where she begged to differ from the ‘popular’ opinion, and raised some pertinent issues which must be brought to the fore.
Here are some excerpts from the conversation –
On being the warrior, both onscreen and offscreen
On freedom of expression being under threat in the country
On raising funds for meaningful and important stories
She didn’t shy away from owning up to the gaps
On allegations on hijacking film’s promotions for dealing with personal agenda
Audience before anyone else
On why she never dodges questions
Staying true to her philosophy in life
Indeed a beautiful woman, inside and out.
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