Known for her bold personality, everyone in B-town is aware of Kangana Ranaut’s no-nonsense attitude. She was more in the news last year for her spat with Hrithik Roshan. The actress who is on a spree promoting her upcoming film ‘Rangoon’ opened up about her rift with the ‘Kaabil actor.
Kangana who seemed to be firm in her tone, shared her heart out about the controversy. In an interview to a popular news channel, she says, “When you deal with malice and betrayal from someone who you have been extremely close to, of course, it does affect you. There is a character assassination – that too publicly – by that individual in whom you put all your faith and love. It has been very hard to deal with.” (sic)
The actress fearlessly went ahead to say that, “But the fighter instinct in me dominates every other instinct. I did not think twice. I see so many woman committing suicide and falling into depression and my only point is why do they fail to attack? I’m not saying strip others off their dignity too. But you have got to say no to the healer archetype. I am extremely bold. I sent a notice back. I did not take it lying down.” (sic)
The ‘Rangoon’ actress even revealed that her family was distressed and worried about her controversy with Hrithik. She shares that, “My own family, my mother was like don’t do all these things and say, ‘Bade Log hain tumhe marwa daalenge’. She would cry all the time”. (sic)
Kangana feels that the fight wasn’t just for herself but was for all the women in the society to safeguard their interests.
She said, “I was not fighting any individual battle but fighting against many prejudices. I took it all in my stride. So I am a whore, I’m sexually attractive, have psychological problems, capable of falling in love with men passionately. So what is my future? What should be done with me. They have nothing to say. They can’t kill the fierceness.” (sic)
Time and again, she has proved to the world that she isn’t among the one who can be tamed by any means. Her forthcoming film ‘Rangoon’ also stars Shahid Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan in lead roles and will hit the silver screens on February 24, 2017.