Ahead of Kangana Ranaut's birthday, right here's stunning statements made by the fiery actress

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Shocking statements made by Kangana Ranaut&  | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspInstagram

In 2006, a curly-haired woman made everybody her fan when she romanced with Shiney Ahuja and Emraan Hashmi amidst autumn leaves in Gangster. We keep in mind crying along with her when she was in ache within the movie. It has been 14 years since Kangana made her debut within the business and we fall in love along with her just a little extra along with her each launch.

Not simply an actress, Kangana has by no means been away from the limelight resulting from her or her sister Rangoli Chandel’s controversial statements. But since it’s Bollywood’s Queen’s birthday in three days, check out the 7 most controversial statements of the actress which solely Kangana might have stated it, in varied interviews and occasions:

Controversial statements by Kangana

  1. “He [taking a dig at Hrithik Roshan] runs away when he sees me. In truth, after we broke up in 2014 and after that one 12 months when he was harassing me and stalking me, I complained to his father. I advised him that his son is harassing me, stalking me, has hacked my account and he isn’t letting me get into another relationship. So his father stated I’m going to rearrange a gathering for you. Since then, I’m hoping to get a gathering with him to have a two-word dialog with him and ask him that he is telling the world he does not know me”
  2. “In my biopic, whether it is ever made, you [referring to Karan Johar on Koffee With Karan] will play this stereotypical Bollywood biggie who could be very snooty and fully illiberal to outsiders and flag bearer of nepotism, the film mafia. You could have an enormous half to play in my biopic. I just like the antagonist in you in my biopic”
  3. “You have been the driving drive in my life. If it wasn’t for all of the rejections and mocking, I would not have been right here. Karan, you made enjoyable of my English on this sofa. But I have never held this towards you”
  4. “When they’re jealous of a girl’s success, the very first thing she turns into is a daayan [referring to ex Adhyayan Summan accusing her of practising black magic]. If she’s crazily profitable, she turns into a psychopath. If she’s sexually lively, she turns into a whore. I’ve performed a whore on display, and my shut interplay with prostitutes has allowed me to be extraordinarily empathetic to them. So it does not work on me. Witches – I like Shakespeare, and like another artist, I’m additionally captivated with witches, or faeries, or demons, or Gods, or mysticism, or romanticism. It does not scare me”
  5. “Why should I work with the Khans? In the beginning, I wanted to have a conventional, very easy route where I can work with big heroes and be a big heroine. Now I get a lot of offers to work with the Khans. When I wanted work, nobody was ready to work with me. Now that I’m my own hero on the sets, why should I work with other heroes?”
  6. “I’m embarrassed…What is there to beat in Gully Boy efficiency… Same snappy muh-phat (outspoken) woman… Bollywood’s concept of a fiery woman, girl empowerment and good performing, spare me this embarrassment, please. Media has taken filmy children love too far… Stop pampering mediocre work or else bar won’t ever be raised”
  7. “When I started out, I was treated like a dog. People in the industry treated me like I didn’t deserve to be spoken to and I was some unwanted object. I couldn’t speak English fluently and people made fun of me for that”

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