Kangana Ranaut: Being an outsider in the film industry, it becomes difficult to remain headstrong


“I realised the importance of being tough, both mentally and physically, which encouraged me to deliver my best regardless of the odds. Related News
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“I have been fortunate that I have worked in path-breaking films such as Fashion, Tanu Weds Manu, Queen and Simran where I play individualistic characters. “My experiences in life, on the personal and professional fronts, have helped shape the individual I am today. Kangana, who comes from a small town in Himachal Pradesh, says her circumstances never discouraged her from chasing her dreams. “My career trajectory is full of characters and films where I am trying to redefine the conventional heroine tag. It’s important to grow a distinct voice to break the clutter,” added the National Award winner. She tagged filmmaker Karan Johar as a “flagbearer of nepotism” during his chat show. “Absolutely,” she said. She also feels “there are many women who aspire to dream bigger and better” and she is one of them. My motto has always been to follow my own path and not succumb to norms. But I fought my way, to make a mark for myself. I do know Queen had a strong impact on viewers. Recently, the actor spoke openly about her relationships with actors Aditya Pancholi and Hrithik Roshan. Kangana, a Reebok brand ambassador, is a part of the second edition of the brand’s #FitToFight campaign, which fights looming gender demons of eve-teasing and pay disparity. 2017-11-04T13:26:22+00:00″>
Published:November 4, 2017 1:26 pm

Kangana Ranaut says that there are always people who try to make one “feel insignificant” but she continues to fight. But she continues to fight it. I have been opinionated and I choose to express my views openly,” Kangana told IANS in an email interview. “Being an outsider in the business, I have fought to carve a niche for myself. I believe it’s important to celebrate yourself and grow with each experience,” she said.