Kangana Ranaut, was present recently at Chetan Bhagat’s launch of the latest novel ‘One Indian Girl,’ Kangana feels that this book relates her experiences in some parts.
She said yesterday at the event “After I read, I was in tears. Some places in the book made me emotional as they appeared very much a leaf of my personal experiences,”
Kangana accepts “It is a very special book. It includes a humane take on the life of working women, who struggle with their professional and personal lives. It is truly endearing and a carries more meaning because it is written by a man and so the book is more special. She added, I have become a fan of Chetan Bhagat all over after this book once again,”
This 29 year old actress was hailing Bhagat for wonderfully writing about a woman character and she was highly impressed how he analyzed her psyche. Kangana, on the same note added that she could not believe that women characters were penned by a man so intensely.
She also put out her opinion very seriously, that she does not give importance to women character roles written by men and this is one of the reasons directors allow me to work as I wish on my character. However, her opinion on reading this book completely has changed and she is impressed.
The actress, known for portraying characters such as ‘Rani’ in Queen, ‘ Shonali Gujral in ‘Fashion,’ Tanu in ‘Tanu weds Manu, will appear nexit in Vishal Bhardwaj’s ‘Rangoon,’ with Shahid Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan.