Mumbai: Leading Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has once again garnered media attention with a statement. Kangana Ranaut has made a statement about entering politics this time.
Actress Kangana Ranaut’s new film ‘Thale V’ is all set to release in India tomorrow. In the film, the actress plays the role of former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu JJ Lalta. In a press conference with the film producer, the actress answered several questions.
Kangana Ranaut’s voice was muffled at the press conference. When asked by a journalist, the actress said that she did not get the corona virus, she had a sore throat due to the cold weather.
Kangana Ranaut said that the film is based on the life of JJ Lalta and it should not be considered as an attempt to change the mindset of the people.
The actress said that the film tries to show that a person who is considered to be never able to become a politician or has no qualifications, does not only become the Chief Minister but also in multiple elections. Also succeeds. The story of this film shows how men cooperate with women to advance in life.
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Asked why the film ‘Thale V’ was not controversial, Kangana Ranaut said that the credit goes to the director who has worked hard and the present Indian government has not raised any objections to the film.
Kangana Ranaut recounted how her thinking about politics and politicians changed after working on the film. “Before working in film, I thought that a person who becomes a politician is influential, but after making the film and doing research, it became clear to me that it is not easy to do politics. Politicians face many difficulties,” she said. happens.
When asked about his entry into politics at the press conference, Kangana Ranaut replied that I am a nationalist, I always speak for the country as a responsible citizen, as far as entering politics is concerned. I will need more public support for this but at the moment I am very happy as an actress.
“Yesterday, people asked me to enter politics and if they support me, I will definitely step into politics,” she said.