She changed into mocked for her accent and dress sense whilst she joined Bollywood and has often found herself in  waters for her outspoken nature. Actress Kangana Ranaut says she welcomes positive grievance with open arms, but bullying is some thing she can’t tolerate.

requested if negative remarks or criticism affect her, Kangana stated: “If it is optimistic, it will clearly be something a good way to add to me and my boom, however if it’s only a few sort of mocking or bullying, it truly is no longer complaint… it really is simply bullying. i can genuinely now not tolerate that.”

Kangana has always had strong views and opinions. Doesn’t she fear being see in a negative light? “First of all, when we put an issue forward or a matter that needs discussion and consideration, the main agenda is to put light on that and not us… So, we really don’t care about positive or negative light.”

When Kangana Ranaut wrote a letter to Shahid Kapoor’s wife Mira “Unfortunately, sometimes that spotlight falls on us rather than on the matter,” she said, referring to how when celebrities speak up on issues, they end up courting controversies.


Kangana ventured into Bollywood in 2006 with the thriller ‘Gangster’ and, since then, she has tasted success with films like ‘Tanu Weds Manu’, ‘Krrish 3’ and ‘Queen’. She has also faced failures with movies like ‘Tezz’, ‘Game’ and ‘Shakalaka Boom Boom’.

She credits her success and failures to her growth in Bollywood. “Every single day has added to my growth. Every single success and failure has been a part of this huge journey. Today I feel very strong, competent and independent as an individual,” added the National Award winner. Her latest release ‘Rangoon’ is a two-hero film co-starring Saif Ali Khan and Shahid Kapoor , but Kangana has stood out with her role, according to a majority of critics. She found it to be an incredible experience.
“Apart from being big stars, they are very good actors as well. For a film like ‘Rangoon’, directed by Vishal Bhardwaj, I think it is very important that every part was activated through good performances,” she said. Commenting on whether the film industry is still male-dominated, the 29-year-old actress said: “I just feel that we all have collectively worked towards it. For years now, we have talked about women empowerment and this issue.