Simran: Day two Box Office collection of Kangana Ranaut starrer out

Simran: Day two Box Office collection of Kangana Ranaut starrer out

In the film Kangana Ranaut plays the role of Simran Patel, who works in housekeeping department but suffers from gambling and stealing. She was slammed by the writer of the film Apurva Asrani after the poster of Mehta's Simran released, showing Kangana's name as co-writer. Well, if that wasn't enough, she is also divorced and ambitious.

However, in a recent interview, the actress justified her stand and made it abundantly clear that she isn't someone who hates men and that she's definitely not someone who doesn't understand the meaning of the highly misunderstood and well, misused word "feminism". I am not sure when I became a feminist. "The whole perception of inequality and one of being inferior to the other is so freakish for me to come to terms with that I can't understand it". It makes you feel so small when you listen to her story. Because you are lacking something and feminism is acting like a medicine to that illness or disease. It is freaky that people believe one section is less than the other. She also added that she chooses scripts which stimulate her mind. If you were under the impression that Bollywood is a male-dominated industry, superstar Kangana is here to prove you vert wrong. Simran is the tale of a 30-year-old Gujarati woman, a divorcee who lives with her conservative parents in the state of Georgia, going rogue. She further went on to reveal the "hypocritical" view of people about sex. The world of glamour is nearly like a fantasy land.

"It's always assumed that sex for women is a bad thing". "My son is a Casanova, what will he do if not have multiple affairs".

Assuring that the committee is fair to all, she said that help and protection will be provided to the actor if she approaches them even now.