At Mind Rocks Delhi 2019, Kangana Ranaut talked about how money is not related to success. The Queen actress also said that with more success one makes more enemies.

Kangana Ranaut at Mind Rocks Delhi 2019.

Kangana Ranaut at Mind Rocks Delhi 2019.

Kangana Ranaut is the reigning queen of Bollywood. Apart from her acting talent, the actress is also known for her outspoken nature and fearlessness. From waging war against the media to speaking against a co-star, the Judgementall Hai Kya actress has never shied away from making her point. At the Mind Rocks Delhi 2019, Kangana spoke at the session Never Say Die: The Queen of Reinvention. The actress talked about how success affects a person. She said, “the higher you go, the more enemies you make.”

Talking about how money is not related to success, Kangana said, “Kahneen na kaheen ye misconception hai ki jiske paas money hai woh successful hai. Success has nothing to do with money. When I make money I don’t think about success. When I make money, I simply, shamelessly make money. Anybody can earn money. Success is when you set out to do something. Suppose if today I set out to remove plastics from the sea and if I successfully do that. Is this success more than the success of a superstar or the President of India, maybe yes. Would that have helped you make money? No. But making money is about making money. When I make money, I shamelessly make money. So, you should be honest with yourself.”

The Tanu Weds Manu actress also talked about how is it to be a filmstar, she said, “The life of a filmstar is very extreme. The higher you go there are more expectations, you are at more stake. The more you are successful, there are things at stake. There are more enemies and people who want you to pull you down. I think it is with every profession. So it’s no different than that.”

Kangana Ranaut was last seen in Prakash Kovelamudi’s Judgementall Hai Kya with Rajkummar Rao. The film received mixed reviews, but couldn’t create magic with its box office numbers. She will be next seen in Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari’s Panga. In the film, the actress is playing the role of a kabaddi player.


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