'I will definitely talk about politics, even if it risks ending my career': Kangana Ranaut
Kangana said it is the money of the people and the country, which allows him to sit in a Mercedes, so to not discuss politics would be irresponsible.
Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut is busy enjoying the success of her directorial debut, Manikarnika. However, she has been slamming Bollywood celebrities for not supporting her. While she earlier criticised Alia Bhatt for not watching her film, she has now criticised Ranbir Kapoor for not talking about politics.
Kangana says, as Bollywood actors in the film industry, we can’t say we will work in films and not talk about politics, because they have a responsibility. The Queen actor says, she remembers a time when Ranbir once casually stated, something along the lines of: 'Why do I have to talk about politics when I get water and electricity at home.'
However, Kangana said it is the money of the people and the country, which allows him to sit in a Mercedes. Kangana said she will definitely talk about politics, even if it ends her career, she will talk about the issues.
Interestingly, Kangana was all praise for Kareena Kapoor, who she described as the epitome of a perfect woman, as a wife and as a mother. She revealed that Kareena also sends her many sweet messages and encourages her all the time. On the film front, Kangana recently revealed that she will be working on her own biopic, and it will be about the hardships she faced before she became who she is today.