Kangna Ranaut who was visiting Kolkata for a Signature Master Class, says that she is very inclusive of people and not phased if she will be judged.
Reported on Mid-day, Ranaut who spoke in front of an audience said, “I don’t differentiate between people thinking that they will judge me. Am very inclusive of people and if you stay with me for half-an-hour, you will find me saying so many things that you will feel awkward.”
With the recent release of her latest film ‘Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi’ (2019), Ranuat spoke about how the film will make the audience become a better person. “If you see this film you will become a better person as the film revolves around the higher truth.”
As well as the film being the first one where she has co-directed with Radha Krishna Jagarlamudi, has never shied away from speaking out against injustice.
On the subject on Ranaut’s mantra to happiness, the ‘Rangoon’ (2017) actress shares it’s down to leading a unselfish life. “A life lived for others is a joyful one rather than a selfish one. I would recommend doing small things like doing seva in a gurdwara or doing anything sort of service in any religious place.”
‘Manikarnika: Queen of Jhansi’ (2019) release on Friday and also stars Ankita Lokhande, Atul Kulkarni, Danny Denzongpa, Suresh Oberoi and Jishu Sengupta.