Kangana Ranaut is not the quintessential Bollywood heroine. She never has and never will succumb to the ways of the industry and will keep carving her own path.
“I have myself as the priority always. I do not subscribe to the theory that good girls don’t think about themselves and they are all for sacrifice. My life is my life and I want to make the most of it,” Kangana told IANS when asked about what she wants young girls to know and grow with.
“I want to utilise my potential and see who I am. It’s not just about my brother, son, husband or my mother. Somewhere, I do not subscribe to the quintessential heroine, who is an ultimate Indian woman who puts everyone before her and she comes in the end for herself,” she added.
On the work front, Ranaut’s last two outings, Rangoon and Simran, have both been flops. Though she has been appreciated for her part but the films haven’t done well. We will be next seeing her in Manikarnika.