Kangana Rananut, in a recent interview, has said that she would be quitting Bollywood if she is elected from Mandi in the Loksabha Elections. She also added that she will ideally be focusing on one thing and will pick up what offers her ‘passionate engagement’.

In an interview, AajTak, Kangana Ranaut was asked how she would balance Bollywood and politics. She said, “Ideally, I would want to do just one job. But, I will complete my prior work, I will be engaged in production (that I have at hand).”

She then said an emphatic ‘yes’ when she was asked if she would bid adieu to the film industry after wrapping up her prior commitments if she gets elected from Mandi at the Loksabha Elections.

She also said in Hindi, “The film world is a lie, everything there is fake. They create a very different environment, it is a glossy world. Fake set, a fake bubble which is to reach to the audience – be it to invoke

happiness or sadness. This is the reality and I have to live up to the expectations of the people. By the end of it, I should not feel that someone else could have done it better than me. There are a lot of expectations and I am new in public service, so I have a lot to learn and do. As I learn on the job, there is a lot at stake.”

Kangana Rananut further added, “I am a deeply passionate person. I never wanted to do a job because I had to. Even in films I start writing, and when I get bored of playing a role, I direct or produce, so I have a very fertile mind and I want to be passionately engaged. So if I see that possibility in politics- that I am getting passionately engaged – then I think I’ll be drawn to it. I’ll go with my instincts.”

Kangana Ranaut will next be seen in ‘Emergency’ where she will play former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. The release of the film has been pushed because of Ranaut’s campaigning during the Elections.
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