‘A girl’s dignity is not above a film’, says Kangana Ranaut

‘A girl’s dignity is not above a film’, says Kangana Ranaut

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A lot is being said and done about Kangana Ranaut's relationship with Hrithik Roshan. She made many allegations against the star in an explosive interview and since then everybody has been talking about it. Social media is quite divided over this issue. Some are praising the outspoken lady for being gutsy enough to speak on a topic like this, while some are of a belief that she is doing so only to gain publicity for her soon to be released film 'Simran'.

So, when we recently met the actress, she was probed about how people have different opinions on this topic. She responded to the same, saying, “Some people are cynical that she is doing this because her film is releasing, but a girl's dignity is not above a film. If someone is pointing a finger at you, you are going to talk about it. It's not about the film, it is about me. If anybody is going to point out a finger at me and my conduct as a human being, stating that she has mental flaws and character flaws, I am going to address that. I have to protect my dignity as a woman and nobody can say that I can't protect my dignity now, because my film is around the corner. It doesn't work like that. I have always protected my dignity. I do films or not, but it is about humans. I may not work in films but I will still be a part of this society. So in the society it is important and also for women who are attacking me for protecting my dignity, its a bit immature to ask a woman to not protect her dignity. I want to encourage it, I think everyone should.”

Talking about 'Simran' it is slated to release on September 15, 2017. (Also Read: Kangana Ranaut: I get things only after I fight for them)

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