Submit :
News                      Photos                     Just In                     Debate Topic                     Latest News                    Articles                    Local News                    Blog Posts                     Pictures                    Reviews                    Recipes                    
From women's sexuality to 'male ego', Kangana Ranaut minces no words in her latest interview
Kangana Ranaut has been portraying some very sensitive roles on screen. But this 'Queen' star in real life too has been marred in controversy. Be it her interviews or her general comments, she has always found herself amidst debates.

She would be next seen in the new film 'Simran' which hits theatres on September 15. The actress is quite candid in her expressions and thoughts, right from women's sexuality to insecure directors, and to the power of vagina, she revealed all.

This star is all in glory these days with her publicity surrounding her latest film 'Simran'.  She has grabbed a lot of attention with the ongoing conflicts over her personal life and her life as an actress.

Recently, in her interview with film critic Anupama Chopra, she took a vow that it would all be about her acting and the show wouldn't have any flashes about her legal strife with Aditya Pancholi or her long spats with Hrithik Roshan or on the blame game between the writer and director for stealing their film and taking the credit.

Nevertheless, Kangana's take on feminism and genitals started pouring in as the interview went on. She spoke about her career and her journey. She talked about the film Simran.

"I really pushed this angle of Simran being a woman who really enjoys having sex," Kangana said.

"I felt it was important for our nation to come to terms (with the fact that) women want to have sex,"

"This is something I forced into the script," she said. "(Simran) doesn't have shame in picking up boys, she's single, she's divorced, she's dated many men, and she takes great pride in that."

She took the liberty to speak on sexuality and freedom.

"Our sexuality is taken away from us," she said, bringing it back to her film and the character she plays in it. "I want us to be free of this brainwashing."

She also took a dig into the working pattern of Bollywood. She spoke about equality in the industry and how she is fed up of taking directions.

As spoken to Anupama Chopra: "I'm fed up of taking directions from ego maniacs," Kangana corrected. "I remember this director who used to come to me every morning and tell me when to look down and when to look up."

Her interview spoke of the many facets of her life, her work, the industry as seen by her and the controversial bits.

Email Id
Verification Code
Email me on reply to my comment
Email me when other CJs comment on this article
Sign in to set your preference
merinews for RTI activists

Not finding what you are looking for? Search here.