Her over a decade-long journey in Bollywood has seen many a triumph, including her three National awards, and Kangana Ranaut said if her career ends now, she has nothing to lose as she has a huge success story for the rest of her life.
Kangana, who made her film debut in 2006 with Gangster, said during her journey in the film industry, she has been able to discover herself and conquer her fears. Kangana in an interview said, "I have acted upon my fears when I was struggling and trying to discover myself, who I am.
But now I feel extremely satisfied with my discovery about myself, my inherent nature, about who I am as a woman and what my tendencies and capabilities are. I left home with none of the knowledge when I was 15 but at the age of 30 I know a lot about me."
"And there is a sense of accomplishment, I am a three-time National Award winner, I have shattered box office records. Even if my journey ends here right now right, I have nothing to lose. I still have a huge success story in every which ways for the rest of my life," she added. Kangana's next film Simran, directed by Hansal Mehta, is set release on September 15.
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