Kangana Ranaut on Vikas Bahl and sexual harassment: There will always be another side to the story

Kangana Ranaut never shies away from speaking up wherever it is required. A lot of Bollywood celebs can seriously learn that quality from her. She was walking the ramp, looking gorgeous as ever, for a brand today, and during the media interaction she was asked to comment on the sexual harassment charges that filmmaker Vikas Bahl is facing. She did feel that it was not the right occasion to talk about it, but made sure that she hints at her opinion. “We are here to talk about a brand, but what you mentioned is a serious topic. But whoever faces such situations and speaks up is courageous. Generally speaking, they should be encouraged to talk about it by their family, colleagues. They should not be shamed. Obviously, there will always be another side to the story. But people should speak up, whether it is right or wrong.” she said. Kangana and Vikas have collaborated for the film Queen, which is one of India’s most successful women centric films.

Speaking of courage, Kangana’s next film that will go on floors is about one of the most courageous women of Indian history. She will star as Rani Laxmi in the upcoming film. “I released a film Rangoon, but it did not get a good response. It was disappointing. But I am working on an ambitious film – Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi. We will start shooting for it soon,” she said. We hope the failure of Rangoon has not affected the dream project in any which way.

“In Simran, I have worked as an actor and as a collaborator. I have worked on the script too. As for Manikarnika, I have not collaborated because I did not see any scope. Krish and the team have worked on the script.” she further added. Also Read: This is definitely the end of the road for Vikas Bahl in Phantom Films, says a close friend

When it is Kangana speaking how can we not talk about nepotism. Karan Johar has voiced a very different opinion on nepotism than her. Talking about it she said, “Such discussions should be done. It is an observation and everyone will have their own perspective.”

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