Kangana Ranaut was one of the speakers at CNN IBN Rising India Summit held in New Delhi. The actress was spotted wearing a beautiful saree from Sabyasachi‘s new Spring 2018 collection.
Kangana met Defence Minister Nirmala Sitaraman during the summit and posed for photos.
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Speaking at the event, Kangana said that she is a nationalist. She continued saying that she felt that her own progress as an individual is linked to the country’s growth.
The actress mentioned that she does not believe in religion and has come to the conclusion that her only identity is that she is an Indian.
“As a youth, I want to see growth in my life. I have come to this conclusion that if India does not grow then I won’t grow. I am an Indian and born an Indian. I have no other identity.0”
Kangana Ranaut’s life was under immense media scrutiny when her involvement with Hrithik Roshan came out in the open. At many events, Kangana talked a lot about her alleged affair with Hrithik, and the public altercation between them shocked almost everyone from the movie industry.
Talking about love and relationships, Kangana said,
“I’ve had so many affairs. After every breakup, I feel like this is the end of my love life potential. For me, love is not just physical, it’s spiritual and platonic. It’s an amazing experience you feel every cell of your body is awakened, even if the person is not around.”
Kangana also insisted that she was the one who was always dumped.
“Even if my sister asks me where do you find these characters? Even then I have to admit that every time I have been dumped, I never got the privilege of dumping someone. There has not been a single relationship from the age of 16 to 31 where I could dump someone. And if I tell you the names, you would be like ‘even this person left you’! Everyone leaves me and they come back also and I never take them back because I have been moved on to another loser.”
Kangana also said that she was happy when Swara Bhasker wrote about Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmaavat. She said,
“The way she was bullied was our loss. As a society, we failed. She’s a legitimate artist and she has a right. I personally didn’t agree but somewhere deep down I was pleased. It was heartbreaking to see how she was treated for her piece. I’m sure Swara might not be affected by it. She’ll come back in 6 months and write again. But millions of other women will get affected and be wary of voicing their opinion.”