The legal battle between Kangana Ranaut and Hrithik Roshan is still on. But what made the country’s head turn? Yes, its’s Kangana’s NDTV and India Today interviews has brought the limelight on her again.
Kangana Ranaut might have received her third National Award, but it is her personal life that has grabbed eyeballs recently. If her legal war with Hrithik Roshan wasn’t enough, her ex-boyfriend Adhyayan Suman’s revelations about their abusive relationship has shocked the fans. In her interview with Rahul Kanwal of India Today Television, she revealed a lot of things which made people look at her in a new light altogether. During her interview with Rahul Kanwal she revealed that she is shocked how her personal life has actually become a circus.
“The recent turn of events in my life have shocked me. It’s has been overwhelming and unsettling for me also. I was probably prepared for everything. But I wasn’t prepared for this. This has brought about a different side of our society. It is very hard to come to terms with this kind of suppression, this sort of name calling, this kind of witch-hunt mentality in the 21st century,” Kangana told India Today
During her interview to NDTV regarding her legal battle with Hrithik Roshan she said, “If a woman is sexually active, she’s called a whore” and if she’s super successful, she’s called a psychopath.”
Well, StyleWhack brings you few highlights and unforgettable quotes during her interviews
“I am proud of my fragile body.”
“My success is my sweet revenge against controversy.”
“I am a self-pleaser, not people pleaser.”
“We as women have been defending ourselves way too long.”
“Women can kill with success and sarcasm, why use hands?”
“I don’t find it humiliating when they call me psychopath, witch or whore.”
“My journey is extraordinary, from a village to here.”
“I am not entitled to give my views on something which will be decided in court.”
“I don’t know how to be anybody else than who I am.”
“It’s been a roller coaster ride but I feel I am on the right track.”
Few from India Today
On choosing an actor: I followed my instincts, I followed my intuition, and it paid off. It’s not been a fairy tale, though it seems like that, but it’s been a quite roller coaster ride.
On breaking stereotypes in Bollywood: If I break rules, it’s not to prove that what has gone on for ages or decades is essential wrong.
On not working with the Khans: In the beginning, I wanted to have a conventional, very easy route where I can work with big heroes and am a big heroine. Now I get a lot of offers to work with the Khans. When I wanted work, nobody was ready with me. Now that I’m my own hero on the sets, why should I work with the other heroes?
On being straightforward about her relationships: It’s very hard for me to find any sort of shame or blame in my life. I am not made that way.
So, the above were the top highlights from her both the interviews to NDTV and India Today. We, wish good luck to both the stars to get positive results for the legal battle that is going on between them.