Kangana Ranaut’s next Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi will be releasing on January 25, 2019
Kangana Ranaut has never been the one to shy away or refrain from saying anything. Be it positive or negative, the Gangster actress always has an opinion and is not afraid to voice it. Just like her ‘Nepotism’ comment on Karan Johar’s Koffee with Karan.
No doubt, Kangana has come a long way with no family or contacts in the film industry. She has established herself on her own, on the basis of her talent. She has given some major hits on the box office and has come a long way. The actress has delivered both critical and commercial hits like Queen and Tanu Weds Manu Returns. A few of her recent films may not have been a hit but Kangana seems to be onfident that Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi will rock the box office. The movie is a biopic on Rani Laxmibai and it sure as hell looks interesting.
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Talking to News18, Kangana Ranaut said that she has always praised and talked about the movies and performances of other actresses but has never got the same love in return.
She said, “I don’t feel so threatened by anyone around. You know like you see I will praise Alia or I would praise Anushka or I would praise everyone. I never shied away from going to Deepika’s Piku trial. Everyone I have praised in my capacity. Sonakshi’s Lootera I saw and the whole year I praised her. I don’t get threatened. Why don’t I see same sort of…why is everyone like, “Oh, oh, oh she doesn’t exist”? Why is that going on? I exist. My film has crossed millions and millions of views and it is one of the most promising films of this year. So, when they pretend I don’t exist…nobody ever talks about my teasers or trailers.”
When asked if she felt like an “Island” sometimes? Kangana said,
“It is not about being an Island. You see other film industry also, you don’t have to come out of each other’s ass but people exist. When I saw Raazi, I praised it. I didn’t think who’s film it is. It is a film. That is it. It doesn’t belong to an individual, it belongs to a society. I don’t see a film and think, “Oh, this person’s film so maybe I shouldn’t look at that side” or something like that. I don’t feel like that.”