Kangana Ranaut, who recently launched the trailer of her film Dhaakad in a big way, has now opened up about the long-standing wage equality debate in Bollywood. When asked by Free Press Journal about her opinion on this, Kangana Ranaut said that she is definitely not underpaid and surprisingly all the men are credited for helping her in her journey so far. Is. Although she has previously admitted to thinking that she was paid less than the heroes she worked with, but now, she can safely say that she has no say in when it comes to perceived gender. Not getting the short end of the stick- the pay gap based in Bollywood.
The trailer of Dhaakad was launched today in the presence of the lead cast of the film- Kangana Ranaut, Arjun Rampali And Divya Dutta With Producer and Director Rajneesh Razi Ghai. Descending from the chopper, Kangana and the rest of team Dhaakad made their way to the iconic PVR Phoenix Mall in Mumbai’s Lower Parel before a huge media contingent gathered to add to the excitement and excitement for the Dhaakad trailer launch and needless to say , it’s more. Did not live up to the expectations, after a long time in Bollywood an action film is coming up which looks sleek, sleek, stylish and well mounted.
Addressing why it took her so long to finally deliver a film like Dhaakad and how it feels now that it has finally happened, Kangana Ranaut said, “I had very few marks when I was at my best. films led by Khan, films led by Kumar, films led by Kapoor. People used to call me and ask, ‘What are you doing, why are you refusing all these great films’ What?'” Looks like Dhaakad proves to be a moment of catharsis from the star’s perspective, say what?
Elaborating on the said moment of catharsis, she said, “I used to refuse to go to award functions, I used to refuse so many top magazine photoshoots, and people wondered, what’s wrong with that? He kept telling me, ‘You don’t know what you are doing, you are making a big mistake, you are at such a height, you shouldn’t give up on all this.’ But I always thought to myself, what is it benefiting me, how is it helping me grow as a person as an artist? So, I waited what was right and then this ( Dhakad) came along.”
Dhaakad is releasing in cinemas on May 20.
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