Kangana Ranaut has been at the fore front of the MeToo movement ever since it started in India. The Movement with each passing day is gaining momentum with more and more women coming forward and naming their alleged sexual perpetrators. Kangana, who is known for her outspoken nature, has expressed her disappointment as she feels that the more significant people in the industry like Karan Johar and Shabana Azmi should have come forward to speak on the movement.
Speaking about it to a leading daily, the actress said, “I have been speaking about it every day. But, now, more significantly, more people need to come out and talk about it. It’s just not one person to talk about it. It’s important for people like… Where are people like Karan Johar, Shabana Azmi, they should also come out and talk. Karan Johar always has views about gym looks, airport looks, he tweets ten times about it, what about this? This is their identity, this is their bread and butter, and Film Industry when it’s going through such an important shift, where is they? It’s important that other people also now join this movement.”
On the work front, Kangana will be next seen in the historical biographical movie, Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi, in which she will be seen essaying the titular role of Rani Laxmibai. She then gears up for Mental Hai Kya with Rajkummar Rao and Pangaa with director Ashwini Iyer Tiwari.
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