Kangana Ranaut doesn't want her kids to have a life like her/ Image: Instagram
Kangana Ranaut is one actress who wears her heart on her sleeves and does not mince her words. She is also among the celebrities who have come forward and supported the accusers in the ongoing #MeToo movement.
Amid the growing #MeToo movement, actor Kangana Ranaut accused Queen director Vikas Bahl of misconduct and even launched a fresh attack on Hrithik Roshan.The Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi actor even called out filmmaker Karan Johar for maintaining silence on the burning issue.
Kangana addressed media at the wrap–up party of her upcoming flick, Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi. During the media interaction, Kangana talked about her character Rani Laxmibai's life during which she revealed how tough her life has been. She further added how she wouldn't want her children to have the kind of life she does. Elaborating on it further, Kangana mentioned how she has to fight her way through everything, She said that if she was to answer about her life, she'd say she is neither proud nor ashamed of it.
The 31-year-old actress said, "It's not a kind of life you will wish upon anybody that you like or anybody that you love. And the same with my life, I wouldn't want my children to have the kind of life that I have had or I am having."
"I don't know why but I have to fight for everything. I have to fight for literally everything since I am born. That is the similarity between us, I don't get anything without fighting. So, that's fine if you ask me I am neither proud or ashamed, I am just okay with the way my life is," she added further. Check out her video:
In the wake of the MeToo movement, several women have mustered up the courage and shared their stories of sexual harassment. Kangana Ranaut, who has been vocal about women's rights has also expressed solidarity with women sharing their stories.
Kangana wore the director’s cap for her most-awaited film, Manikarnika amid controversies. The film’s trailer has already garnered rave reviews from the masses.