KANGANA RANAUT'S BOLDEST STATEMENTS
After having her fair share of controversies every now and then, Kangana Ranaut can be seen making some bold choices on her work front. The actress will soon start shooting for ‘Mental Hai Kya’ opposite her ‘Queen’ co-star Rajkummar Rao. She calls 'Rangoon' failure her worst fear that came true.
Posted 9 months ago in Entertainment, updated 9 months ago.
After having her fair share of controversies every now and then, the actress can be seen making some bold decisions on her work. She will soon start shooting for ‘Mental Hai Kya’ opposite her ‘Queen’ co-star Rajkummar Rao.
Speaking about film Kangana reportedly said that the way her life unfolded in the past few years, she realized there was so much stigma attached to being different. ‘Mental’ or ‘psycho’ were the terms used to shame her, but these can’t be used casually as swear words.
She added that when this script came along, she reportedly knew that she had to do it to break the stigma around it.Although not much has been revealed about the film, the makers have been revealing some quirky posters of the film from past few days. The psychological thriller, to be directed by Prakash Kovelamudi, is set to go on floors soon.
Also, the actress has been making headlines after her electrifying interview became the talk of the town. Apart from spilling the beans about her personal life, the star has also been getting candid about her professional life. Kangana, who is awaiting the release of her film 'Simran', spoke about the failure of her film 'Rangoon', saying that it left her very disturbed as she expected a lot from it.
However, admitting that she has learned a lot from it, the actress went on to say that she has stopped expecting too much as 'Ragoon's failure helped her get a reality check. Saying that as it was her biggest fears which came true, she now believes that there is nothing left for her to lose as it was the worst thing that has happened to her. While Saif Ali Khan, Shahid Kapoor and Kangana Ranaut earned praise for their performances, the film failed to draw in the masses at the box office.