The most surprising revelation Kangana made was when she was asked if she would like to experience ‘pure’ love. “I am in a relationship like that. It has already happened to me,” said the actress. “I want to get married this year and hopefully, it should happen,” said Kangana before she signed off.
Kangana Ranaut is known not to mince her words while expressing her thoughts and opinions to the media. The actress is all set for the release of her upcoming film ‘Rangoon’ alongside Saif Ali Khan and Shahid Kapoor. The movie will tap the ‘dark side’ of love and here’s what Kangana has to say when she was asked about it, “Dark love can be extremely fulfilling on one level, but also very hollow on another. The film, as I said, shows the pure form of love, which sets you free.”
Recalling a personal experience, Kangana spoke about how people mistake the ‘need’ for a person as ‘love’, “I have been in an equation where I saw the person was doing a lot for me and I felt obliged to respond to that desire from his end, and I misunderstood it for love. Yes, I have been in a situation where someone is addressing your insecurities and convincing you that you are the best. In that sense, he was basically telling me whatever I wanted to hear at that point. Or helping me financially as a friend or in whatever capacity. I responded thinking that was the best thing to do as it seemed like love. But no, that surely wasn’t love. Love has to be instinctive.”
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When asked about how she deals with heartbreaks, Kangana said, “Well, I am very blessed. I tend to get over it really quickly! When I am in a relationship, I am really into it, but when it’s over, I never look back. I have a record of never going back to my exes, never meeting them again. All my exes want to get back with me, that’s also a record I hold (laughs). I take one week to get over a relationship even if it may have lasted for seven years. I truly believe there is a lot to life.”
She continued, “The reason I get over a relationship so easily is because when I am in it, I give it my all and if it doesn’t work out, I know there is nothing I can do about it. So, I never have the impulse to go back because I live with the satisfaction that I have done my best. That part of me is completely sorted.