7 Times Kangana Ranaut Proved she’s “The Fiery Queen” of Bollywood


Bollywood’s reigning queen, Kangana Ranaut is known for her unapologetic attitude. She’s not one to mince words or sugar coat her story for anyone’s sake. Here are 7 such instances where she has proved that she’s unstoppable.

  1. On the Hrithik Roshan Debacle

She said, “He and his father have made a fool of themselves. They should apologise to me in public. If they don’t want me, they want to apologise, then its fine. I’m going to clarify still, simplify for everyone who’s going to ask me about it.”  

  1. On Being Called a Witch, Whore, and Psychopath

She said, “When they are jealous of a woman’s success, the first thing she becomes is a Dayan and then she goes on to become a whore, then she goes on to become a slut. And let’s see what the next thing they use on us is. I am curious about that because this is really so old, so outdated. It doesn’t work anymore, seriously.”

  1. On Actors Endorsing Fairness Creams

She said, “Fairness is such a degrading thing because we’re a country of brown people and why would we want to be pale and put bleach? It’s not even healthy.”

  1. On Being Bullied About Her Accent

 She said, “Haan, tooh hai accent off. Toh kya ho gaya?”

  1. On “Feminists” Forcing Her to Become a Sob Story

She said, “Is it fighting for an individual’s acceptance or begging for his acknowledgement publically, individual who doesn’t have an iota of respect for you. Is that feminism? Then I am not a feminist.”

  1. On Misogynistic Cinema

She said, “Kabhi uska dupatta kheech lega, kabhi kuch kar lega…… who itrati rahegi. It doesn’t matter. Hum chahe kitna bhi apne desh ko defend karein,chahe kitna bhi apne filmo ko defend karein lekin yeh sharamnaak hai.”

  1. On Calling Out Karan Johar’s Nepotism

She said, “In my biopic, f ever it’s made, you’ll play that stereotypical Bollywood biggie who is like, you know, very snooty and completely intolerant to outsiders. The flag-bearer of nepotism. The movie mafia.





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