Kangana Ranaut recently had an interview with Republic TV where she mentioned that the movie mafia tried to destroy her life. In the interview, the Bollywood celebrity mentions how an ex-boyfriend of hers created problems for her 3 years after their break up.
Kangana Ranaut’s Interview with Republic TV
Kangana Ranaut mentions, “I am going to tell you my experience with them, and how in sync and planned they are. When I rose to the top position in 2016…everyone knows that I gave the biggest blockbuster any girl has ever given after Tanu Weds Manu Returns…I signed 19 brands. I think that was the maximum any girl ever had, in 2016. Now suddenly, my ex from 2013…we had broken up in 2013…he comes and does a stupid case on me. Now, the whole nation thinks, ‘Wow, that’s a bit weird.’ It is not weird, it is very strategic.”
She further goes on to say that post the legal case, all 19 brands go on to cancel the contracts with the Bollywood actress. Kangana then mentions that “Of course, that case did not go anywhere but all the brands dropped me. I had made some investments considering those contracts. I was in big trouble.”
Not only did the actress suffer financially, her personal life also suffered. Kangana Ranaut’s image had turned into that she was a ‘man-eater’ and ‘nymphomaniac’. Because of this, chances of her marriage were ruined.
The Bollywood celebrity went on to talk about the comment Karan Johar made at London School of Economics. He mentioned that Kangana Ranaut should leave Bollywood, and the crowd was cheering and hooting. In the recent Republic TV interview, Kangana said, “A human being is made of three things. My emotional life, social life and career life. What else is there? Everything you choked. Everything you killed. I can’t get married. I don’t have a financial future. You are telling this in London School of Economics and people are hooting. Don’t you think the thought of suicide will cross my mind?”
Kangana Ranaut has been making a stand against nepotism in Bollywood for quite some time now. She has not stepped back from raising a voice against people who received an opportunity in Bollywood simply because they were star kids.