Talking about one of the hottest debates of 2017 in which Kangana Ranaut criticized the film industry for supporting nepotism, Ranaut said, "I am not some activist. For me, it was just an observation. It became a national debate because everyone had it in their sub-conscious mind. I was the catalyst because I said it on a popular talk-show."
Ranaut has been vocal about the secrets and realities of the film business and believes that people who are trying to enter the industry should know about its secrets.
Taking a strong stand on Swara Bhaskar’s letter on Padmaavat controversy she stated, "Swara Bhasker is a legitimate artist and she has the right to express her opinion." She continued and added that there are numerous women who have stories to tell but are not allowed to be voiced in open.
The 'Queen' star Ranaut is an inspiration for a lot of Indian women because of her fearlessness. But she said that her fearlessness has come after a lot of sacrifices, people have started ignoring her and stay a lot careful around her.
Kangana’s life was under the media scanner when her controversial relationship with Hrithik Roshan made the rounds. But she said that she has now moved on.
The actress even mentioned that she is a big Modi fan and his victory is a win for democracy of the country. "I am a big Modi fan because of his success story. As a young woman, I do believe that we need to have right role models. I mean the graph and the ambition of an ordinary man and whenever we have a PM who is a chaiwala, then I always say that it is not his victory but it is the victory of our democracy. I feel he is the right role model,"
The ‘Simran’ actor added that she does not believe in any religion and her only identity is that she is Indian.
Kangana Ranaut finished off by saying that artistic domain should not take over boundaries. India has soldiers at the borders and that thing should not be overlooked.