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Kangana wrote, ‘I never liked the idea of using emotions such as humiliations, failures or any other kind of unfair treatment like bullying done to us, using those experiences as a fuel to ignite our ambition or self worth, that’s never a good idea never see yourself from the eyes of those who fail to appreciate you but use their criticism to grow… and when you grow don’t forget to rub it in their faces and have fun. After all what is life without a good laugh. Those who want to be villains in your life make them comedians and it will be a good story… direct it yourself. (sic)’
In that interview, the actress also talked about how despite several negative and discouraging reactions from many, she didn’t change her understanding of herself and went on to make it big in the film industry.
On the work front, Kangana has taken over the directorial reins once again for her upcoming film, ‘Emergency’ where she will be seen essaying the role of Indira Gandhi. Apart from this, she also has ‘Tejas’ and ‘Sita: The Incarnation’ in her kitty.