Kangana Ranult shared a fan-made video about Instagram that tells the storey of its 2006-2021 transformation. The video takes the journey of Kangana in B-Town, from gazing on her ‘Gangster’ days to celebrating the success of ‘Tanu Weds Manu.’
“This is what the film sector looks like, I was a minor when I first started working, and I had suffered a great deal because I should have been studying at school and not struggling to make a career without parents, without good understanding and guidance in the cinema industry, but it gave me a lot of time to do so when it happened.
I feel like I am 16 years old and struggle to achieve success for over a decade. I can continue to build my own studio from scratch at 34 and be a successful filmmaker, because I have time.
Kangana wrote, “I believe in what Krishna said in Geeta, all that looks evil is good, and everything that appears good on the surface definitely holds the seeds of a few bad things in its womb.
It’s our problem or not, but it doesn’t alter the reality nature.” Soon on the large screen at ‘Thalaivi’ Kangana Ranaut will be seen based on the life of Late Jayalalitha the actor political leader.
In April this year the filmmakers planned to be released, but due to the pandemic it has been postponed.
In August this year, ‘Thalaivi’ is scheduled to be released. In addition to this, Kangana Ranaut has also begun shooting for ‘Tejas,’ in which she is the air force officer.
The actress will be travelling abroad for ‘Dhaakad’ for action. Kangana also began working on her upcoming Emergency Directory and announced ‘Manikarnika Returns’ as well.