Kangana Ranaut – No Textbook on Bollywood

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When asked to give advice to youngsters on how to be a Bollywood star, Kangana Ranaut admits it’s not easy, “Acting is not like MBBS — there are no textbooks, no written tests that you can sit for, excel in and get a degree in,” she says, “In the film industry, there’s no rulebook. In fact, before an exam, one knows what one has missed reading, and should have known, to get the right marks. Here, you don’t even know if you’re going wrong!”

Kangana’s been working with rising superstar R Madhavan on the sets of Tanu Weds Manu and it’s said the sparks have been flying between them. How does Madhavan react to such a suggestion? “She’s an amazing professional,” he concedes, “On the sets, she, her sister, her dog and I were a gang.”

Kangana has a serious side to her nature and continues to work hard for respect for women. At the moment, she is campaigning hard for equality in the villages of India and she has leant her support to the TV series Pratigya which looks at the issues of eve-teasing, lack of education and and general disrespect afforded to teenage girls. “In metros girls are very independent, conscious and aware,” Kangana explains, “But in the interiors of our country where education is not given importance, they continue to be oppressed.”

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