Kangana Ranaut is known for her fierce behaviour as she always speaks her mind. Her wit and straightforward nature make her a distinct personality.
Her contemporaries are heading to Hollywood – Priyanka Chopra has already established herself, Deepika Padukone made her debut, and Sonam Kapoor has signed a contract with a talent agency.
With Midday, she talked about her Hollywood endeavours, and she said:
It would be stupid for anyone to make the move to the West now. Their theatre business is crashing because of the influx of digital media. Asia, on the other hand, is where Hollywood was 15 years ago. It is a lucrative time for entertainment here. These are baits that I won’t fall prey to.
She also revealed that she will not contribute to the economy of another country.
If an American film (The Jungle Book, 2016) is doing Rs. 100 crore business, and not all our films are able to, we may not find adequate screens for home-bred films 10 years down the line. I’m all for world cinema, but it needs to be a film that brings employment and money into our country. I don’t wish to offer myself on a platter to another industry.