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Kangana Ranaut tops the list of 'Bindaas Girls' of Bollywood. In a very short span of time, with her versatile acting skills and her choice of films, she acted, Kangana made her way up in the Hindi Film Industry. She was even crowned as the 'Queen of Bollywood' when she gave back to back Blockbuster hits. This two times National Award winning actress has already given a lot of hits and is still geared up and deserves to bag third National award too.
Kangana says she is the reflection of the kind of roles she has played till date. At times she is innocent like Rani (Queen) and if experience injustice, she also steps into the shoes of rowdy Bandit Queen.
It feels good to see the happy side of Kangana's professional front, but one may break down into tears if tries to peep into the pain she went through in her personal life during all these years. Despite being a star, Kangana doesn't feel ashamed of expressing her sorrows publicly and at the same time doesn't even fear of bashing the people of B-Town, who did bad to her.
So, scroll down to recall all such statements of this fearless actress, Kangana Ranaut. You might find them controversial but will love the courage shown by her.
Kangana, when gave the following statement, would have inspired many such people, who don't feel good about themselves.
She stated, "I embarked my journey with B-grade movies, but with hard work and genuine efforts, I am standing on the position of Number One actress in the country. Whereas, no other actresses whom you consider to be my competitors have grown or flourished the way I did. ( Source: IANS)
The queen of Bollywood faced a lot of criticism from the industry and fans as well when she openly mentioned the misbehave she suffered from her father when she opted for acting as her career.
Kangana said, "I come from Surajpur, a valley in Himachal Pradesh near Manali that was named after my great grandfather Sarju Singh Ranaut. He was a minister for 15 years. I come from a big family, not in terms of money, but reputation and grew up in a protective mountain environment…My father slapped me for the first time at 15 and I told him, 'If you slap me I will slap you back'. I felt raising your hand on anybody is inappropriate and always had a high regard for my self. My dad asked me to leave the house, and I did so without a single penny in my pocket. (Source: Times of India)
Kangana doesn't promote the use of fairness creams and will never even endorse such products. She feels you are a god's child. So love yourself the way he created you.
While refusing to work as a brand ambassador of the fairness product, she said, "Ever since I was a kid, I have never understood the concept of fairness. Especially, in such a case, as a celebrity, what kind of an example would I be setting for younger people? I have no regrets about turning this offer down. As a public figure, I have responsibilities. My sister is dusky, yet beautiful. If I go ahead and be a part of this campaign, then, in a way, I would be insulting her. If I can't do that to my sister, then now can I do it to the entire nation? (Source: missmalini.com)
Kangana's journey in Bollywood was never a child's play. She travelled through ups and downs, faced humiliation and it was all blood, sweat, and pain to achieve success.
She says, "When I started out, I was treated like a dog. People in the industry treated me like I didn't deserve to be spoken to and I was some unwanted object. I couldn't speak English fluently and people made fun of me for that. So dealing with rejection became a part of life. I may have had hits, but till date I've never worked with a Shah Rukh Khan or an Akshay Kumar, or Aamir or Salman. I have made my career out of leftovers and rejects of other actresses. All that has taken a toll, I guess. I find it hard to deal with praise. Today, when people say that I have made it and made it on my own, I feel like locking up myself somewhere. It scares me." (Source: DNA India)
Kangana is probably the only actress, who doesn't shy away from taking jibe on her contemporaries. She has always been supportive of women in the industry but hates when she gets nothing in return for the friendship and loves she shows towards them.
She openly commented about the meaning of friendship in Bollywood, "In this industry, 'just good friends' means a f*** buddy who's been slightly promoted."
The news of illicit relationship of Kangana with Aditya Pancholi who is twice her age shook the entire industry. Her relationship with Aditya Pancholi was an abusive one, which gave Kangana horrible memories for the lifetime. But this lady of courage exposed Aditya Pancholi in front of media and also shared the inhumane behaviour Aditya did to her.
During a recent event (India Today Debate) held in New Delhi, Kangana opened up about her split with Hrithik Roshan and also revealed the way she is getting dragged into this controversy.
She went on saying, "There was a lot of feminist pressure on me to fight, to reveal my sob story to the world, but I didn't have any, I was in a consensual equation with an individual and I was felt perfectly capable of dealing with the stuff that was coming my way as an adult but I was pressurized to a point where I was questioning what exactly is feminism we're talking about?"
Taking a dig at Hrithik Roshan, who bluntly denied his love affair with her. On this matter, Kangana said, "Is it is essential for us to save the memories of our love affairs whether they're sperm stained panties or gifts that were given to us by a lover as potential evidence for a future when he's trying to escape or say no? If that is feminism, then I'm not a feminist. If it's feminism to not allow a prerogative of a man saying no and if it's a prerogative of just a woman to say no, then I'm not a feminist, a no means a no. If any individual wants nothing to do with me and feels ashamed of me or wants to get rid of me, the only thing I'm going to do for that individual is bid him goodbye".
All above statements by Kangana Ranaut will surely change your perception of seeing her as just another actress. Kangana is a fighter and inspires each and every girl around never to give up on bad situations.