The gorgeous Kangana Ranaut is currently busy gearing up for her exciting upcoming projects. She will be seen portraying a kabaddi player in Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari’s sports film Panga, action film Dhaakad and will also work in politician Jayalalithaa’s bilingual biopic. Famous for her bold personality, the actress began her career with Mahesh Bhatt’s Gangster and went on to work in films such as Queen, Tanu Weds Manu and Tanu Weds Manu: Returns among others, garnering a huge fan following.
In a recent chat, the actress opened up on if she feels pressurized by labels and shared, “I don’t think so. When you finally get what you seek and what you long for, you shouldn’t take it as a liability, isn’t it? I have always wanted to be somebody who is not the hero’s sidekick because when there is a big hero in the film you are just a sidekick. So, now that the time has come, I don’t see it as a liability.”
Kangana went on to share her opinion on song and dance sequences in films and said, “Well, there is nothing wrong in singing and dancing. But if the other gender is ridiculed and made to look like a lesser being or an accessory to make you look good, then it is a problem because you are the one who is being enhanced.”