Kangana Ranaut has THIS to say about making a trilogy on women warriors
Kangana Ranaut is a destiny’s child, isn’t she? The fiery actress is not your typical cinestar, who are politically correct and always want to be playing by the rules. The ‘Queen‘ actress believes in calling a spade a spade and is her own person. Kangana’s last release ‘Manikarnika’ despite facing a plethora of controversies has done exceedingly well at the box-office.
Kangana Ranaut is now gearing up to make a trilogy on women warriors. Speaking about the project, Kangana said, “I am planning a film on women warriors and taking a trilogy forward. ‘Manikarnika’ can be the first part, followed by Durgawati or Razia Sultan and there are so many of them.”
The three-time national award-winning actress was speaking at India Today conclave and during the same conference, she also spoke about her biopic. “The biopic will give a chance to look at my life objectively. It is not an expose of people in the industry. All the episodes will be there. It is on my struggle, which is unusual.”
Kangana at the said Conclave also lashed out at director Karan Johar and was not mincing any words. The ‘Gangster’ actress said, “Karan mocked me on the IIFA stage and said that I am jobless and I am looking for jobs from him or something like that. I mean, look at my talent and look at your movies. I mean, really? He really called me jobless on some platform? I think some people need a dose of chyawanprash.”
One thing is for sure, whether you like Kangana Ranaut or not, you can’t afford to ignore her!
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