Hindi actress Kangana Ranaut, who recently celebrated the success of her latest film Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi on Sunday with a grand party, talked about Bollywood stars largely trying to keep mum about political problems. She called such behaviour irresponsible as stars are living lavishly only with the money from the folks of this nation.
She also stated that she is not a person who will refuse to talk about politics just because she is in the industry of cinema. Even if talking about politics ends her acting career, she is all set to talk about the issues. In the interview, she further added that this stand of Bollywood celebrities has to change.
When asked about Kareena Kapoor Khan’s recent statement that she is eagerly waiting for Kangana’s biopic, the Queen star said, “Kareena is amazing and she is one of those dignified and graceful personality I always admire. She is the symbol of the perfect lady. She regularly encourages me and sends me lovely messages.”
Kangana Ranaut cancelled her success bash, which was to be held in February to honor the Pulwama martyrs. Now, she has finally celebrated the success of the movie on Sunday. She was also commemorating the return of IAF Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, who was captured by Pakistan after his MiG-21 aircraft was shot down in an air combat. The movie ‘Manikarnika’ is Kangana Ranaut’s directorial debut and has achieved the Rs. 100 crore mark till date.
Kangana graced the success meet dressed in her movie’s character and was seen in a beautiful white and red sari worn in Maharashtrian style. She was accompanied by Manikarnika co-star actress Ankita Lokhande and her sister Rangoli Chandel.