MUMBAI: Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut is renowned for speaking her mind and sharing her unfiltered opinions on a variety of subjects, including politics and the entertainment business. She recently provided her perspective on the controversy surrounding the renaming of India and Bharata, a subject that has sparked debate for several days.
Regarding this move, several reactions have surfaced. Kangana, on the other hand, reminisced on her history and revealed that when she was younger, she would dress differently to avoid being stereotypically Indian.
The 36-year-old reportedly admits that in the past, she tried to look to be anything but Indian, according to a story from a well-known news website. She frequently wore shorts and Western clothing. This decision was driven by the idea that India or Bharat was at the time an underdeveloped country.
However, Kangana has changed, and she now openly embraces her culture and takes pride in her Indian origin. The diva claims that since they make her look more graceful, she now prefers to dress in ethnic clothing like sarees.
The actress from Chandramukhi 2 was recently questioned about the country's name change from India to Bharat during her visit to the New Parliament session. According to the actress, she has no issues with the name India. She now prefers to refer to the nation as Bharat, nevertheless. Kangana clarified that the opposition group, which included individuals who were accused of corruption, had taken the name India.
With Raghava Lawrence, Kangana Ranaut eagerly anticipates the September 28 premiere of Chandramukhi 2. Tejas, which is scheduled for release in October, will feature the actress as an Air Force pilot. In her next film Emergency, she will portray former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
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