Kangana Ranaut is a staunch feminist. At an event in Delhi, she was asked about how women of today are playing different roles and taking up new challenges.
Kangana Ranaut has always fought and stood up for herself. Every time she spoke about her characters from Queen to Tanu Weds Manu to Simran, the feminist within her came out loud and clear. And she has been inspiring millions to be a part of this movement. At an event in Delhi, she was asked about how women of today are playing different roles and taking up new challenges.
Replying to that Kangana said, “Everybody knows their own challenges every day. Like, A housewife sometimes has more challenges than an actress on a set. So, I really don't have a specific advice. But people who are working, now the roles have changed drastically and women who are in the position of power they find very hard to manoeuvre around men because they are not used to seeing women in power.”
She went on to add that women of power in workplaces often get bullied or harassed and even taken for a ride.
“Somebody who is much inferior, very much junior to them can answer back and say things which are downright nasty and horrible. So, women in a position of power are very vulnerable these days and it is very unfortunate that some of us are succumbing to be very masculine and absolutely macho, which is not the right way to go. I feel that women are absolutely beautiful and if feminine ceases to exist then the world will become absolutely ugly.”
“Even though it is very hard to be receptive, feminine, genteel, beautiful and getting things done, we need a lot of support and cooperation for the feminine to continue in workplaces. We are going to make work look more beautiful and prettier,” shared Kangana.
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On the work front, Kangana will next be seen in Manikarnika and Mental Hai Kya.