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Kangana wrote, ‘I have never liked the idea of using feelings like humiliation, failure or any other kind of unfair treatment such as bullying done to us, using those experiences to ignite our ambition or self-worth. For fuel, it’s never a good idea. See yourself through the eyes of people who fail to appreciate you but use your criticism to escalate… and don’t forget to rub it in their faces and have fun as you get older. After all what is life without a good laugh. Make comedians the people who want to be the villains in your life and it will be a good story… let it be your own direction. (sic)’
In that interview, the actress also revealed how despite negative and discouraging reactions from many people, she did not change her understanding of herself and made it big in the film industry.
On the work front, Kangana has once again taken over the direction of direction for her upcoming film, ‘Emergency’, where she will be seen in the role of Indira Gandhi. Apart from this, he also has ‘Tejas’ and ‘Sita: The Avatar’ in his bag.