Kangana Ranaut is one of the best actresses we have in the country today. But being a star has never stopped her from speaking her mind. And by now everyone knows that Kangana is not one to mince words, she says it like it is. It is part of the reason why her fans love her so much.
A few years ago Kangana was responsible for introducing netizens and the film industry to the word nepotism when she made an appearance on Karan Johar‘s popular show Koffee With Karan. More recently she gave an explosive interview to Arnab Goswami about Sushant Singh Rajput’s death and what she thought had happened. She was of the opinion that a few years ago, the same things that happened to Sushant had happened to her too but somehow she had survived it. Now in a recent interview with Pinkvilla, she says she hadn’t realized how dangerous nepotism was in her initial days and that it became toxic only after she became a top star.
The actress said that initially, nepotism was just a hurdle she could overcome and turn it in her favour. She told the portal that it had only become life-threatening after she became more successful.
With the kind of society we are in, the kind of industry we are in, 90% of the people kind of belong to film families. They are either friends or they are from the close-knit circle.
Kangana opened up about how when she went on the show she was just teasing Karan about it and nothing else. But had she known that those people were so dangerous, it could cause death or not just about snatching films she wouldn’t have just joked about it. She said it is not just about films but also about the sadism of the human psyche. She said she took it lightly when they had gone for her and tried to put criminal cases on her and sabotage her brands right before the release of Manikarnika. And what happened to her hugely discouraged Sushant who had supported her.
Kangana has also been making the headlines for calling Taapsee Pannu, Swara Bhasker, and Richa Chadha B-grade actresses.