Kangana Ranaut known for blatantly expressing her thoughts about issues in the Bollywood industry has been facing a steep low in her career. She has had a rough year after her film’s Rangoon and Simran failed to perform at the box-office. Although Kangana’s performance in the film was widely appreciated, the films could not garner numbers at the Box Office.
In a recent interview with Mumbai Mirror, Kangana said, “The offers haven’t slowed but my commercial viability has been affected. The endorsements are fewer, my earnings are down and my plan to open my own production house has had to be pushed. But I have signed three films, have a beautiful house in Manali now and an office on Pali Hill and I’m going to Harvard so don’t write me off just yet,”
Earlier, Kangana had announced her directorial debut, Teju however the project will not go on floors soon. She was going to direct Teju, after the release of Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi. However, with Simran failing to click at the box-office, Kangana said, “Of course it was on the cards, but because Simran didn't work a lot for things changed for me, unfortunately. So now I'm going to be working in the capacity of an actor. There is another thriller I'm doing and another inspirational story after that. So you still have to wait to test my directorial skills.”
She is now focusing on her upcoming project Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi. Kangana is full of hope and positivity and believes that she will survive and succeed. She further added in the same interview, “I don’t want my life to become a cautionary tale but an inspiration for young girls and for that I will survive and succeed.”Read More