After the disastrous response to her last film ‘Rangoon’ (2017), Kangna Ranaut has revealed that she’s had people wanting to cash in on the failure of that.
Talking to IANS, Ranaut said, “I think people want to encash on failure and think now Kangana will give a discount. They come to me and say, but your first day wasn’t good…my point is that I don’t promise you a first day in my contract. It’s the value for my job as an artiste. I give you a year and a half, my working hours, my depiction of a character.”
She added, “I’m very possessive of my credits, whether they’re financial or whether they are artistic…but I’m very greedy for that. And I feel somewhere women are taken for a ride. My ultimate dream is to be autonomous in every sense and to be this self-sufficient entity who operates on her own.”
Ranaut has begun preparations for her next ‘Simran’.