The journey of Kangana Ranaut hasn’t been an easy one in Bollywood. She has had a messy affair with Bollywood despite being two times National Award winner. Kangana made a long journey from her small town in Himachal Pradesh to the big bad world of Bollywood in Mumbai.
Coming from a small town has its quirks. People shamed the Queen star for her dressing style and speaking skills. Kangana has shown fierce independence and retained her individuality. It is for these two traits, she remained unaffected by people talking badly about her.
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“I do not find anything embarrassing about my born existence. People tried to shame me, coming from small town, not being able to speak English, not being able to dress up properly. But that didn’t shake anything in me.”
The 29-years-old actress continued, “I always operated from the place of my individuality. Even today when I work, the first reaction I get from people is ‘oh she is a delicate beautiful girl’ but as I go about my work, it disappears.”
Within the same dialogue, she feels women should believe that they are equals in the society and only then will they receive that kind of treatment. For her, it is important that people, especially women speak their mind and she is happy to see it happening.
“As individuals we do belong to the country but in a very individual way, we all care about what is happening in the country, in politics, what leaders are doing. In a democracy what a leader does is the reflection of what we have chosen for us,” says Kangana who thinks as actors they should speak their mind on certain relevant issues.
Professionally, Kangana will next be seen in Rangoon that also features Shahid Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan. Directed by Vishal Bhardwaj, Rangoon will present her in the role of a yesteryear actress.