Kangana Ranaut recently attended the second edition of the Republic summit, hosted by Roshan Abbas in where she was seen discussing her Bollywood journey the hurdles faced and how the actress left no stone unturned to make it to the top.
Her persona and fidelity towards her profession despite facing the limelight, always being in cahoots about her personal life.
Kangana says “my journey has been extreme, full of highs and lows and that I was labeled as a quintessential neurotic actress of B-town due to films like Gangster, Life in metro and Fashion. Then came Tanu weds Manu and Queen which was my breakthrough and that was when my career actually began”
She also spoke about her druthers towards action films and how the viewers and critics appreciated her performance in Manikarnika.
As per the national phenomenon is concerned the Queen of Bollywood strongly believes that India is at a threshold of great possibilities and being a nation of young people, it is beaming with new ideas. Hence one should believe in ourselves and the ideas and have the conviction for the site. We are better than anyone and everyone and we should firmly believe that.
Kangana will be seen next in Panga, a sports drama directed by Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari scheduled to release on Republic Day 2020. Post that, she will be seen in Thalaivi, which is a biopic on legendary actor turned politician Jayalalithaa and Dhakaad, a mega action entertainer which is slated to hit the screens on Diwali 2020.