"You can have a choice whether you want to believe in it or not", Kangana said. "If India does not grow, I don't grow". As a young woman, I do believe that we need to have right role models. "I was like 'what do you mean by that kind?' I personally feel that there is a confusion between these words", she added.
Addressing the most popular debate of 2017 which took the film industry by storm, Ranaut said that her comments on nepotism were just an observation.
"At the time of ban on Pakistani artists, the country is vulnerable where people are struggling and trying to cope with emotions".More news: Na Piarsaigh & Cuala Will Go Again After Feisty All-Ireland Final
Kangana went on to say that she is a nationalist, and that she was a proud Indian. This is not going to work.
National Award-winning actress Kangana Ranaut, who raked up the nepotism debate a year ago on Karan Johar's show, said on Saturday, March 17, that "outsiders" in the film industry should not lose heart if they face discrimination. Even after this thing (the Hrithik affair) fell apart, another man came into my life and I felt I couldn't handle it anymore. "I cannot make him believe in talents that he does not believe in. but I can say what I want to say". "If you want to learn something from Americans, then learn good things from them".
The Simran actor said that Pakistani artists do not pay any taxes to India and on the contrary the Indian soldiers fighting on the border are forced to pay all their due taxes. But she said that her fearlessness has come after a lot of sacrifices, people have started ignoring her and stay a lot careful around her. "The Americans stand for their national anthem". "The Americans stand for their national anthem".More news: Apple iPhone and Apple Watch users accidentally triggering emergency SOS feature
"I have got to be conscious that we are taking about standing committee report of Parliament which is in session". Even her sister says how you found this character and there was no relationship in my life in which she has not been dumped.
When Kangana was questioned if she did manage to change the viewpoint of filmmaker Karan Johar with her statement, she replied: "I am no one to do that, my intention was not that". She also said that there are multiple women who have important stories to tell and it is society's failure when stories like these are not allowed to be voiced in the open.
"I meet people and it has become a cool thing to say bad things about your country". This attitude is not okay. "If the country is dirty, then are you the guest?" "Why don't you clean it?"More news: Kim has 'given his word' on nukes, South Korean diplomat says