Kangana Ranaut Reveals Why She Sneaks Out After Casual Dates; 'Can't Share The Same Bed With Someone'

Kangana Ranaut in her recent interview got all candid about the kind of partner she wants in her life and her regime after casual dates

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Kangana Ranaut Reveals Why She Sneaks Out After Casual Dates; 'Can't Share The Same Bed With Someone'
Kangana Ranaut often makes it to the headlines, either because of her films or her war with nepotism gang. She is controversy's favourite child and she keeps in the news for some reason or the other. If nothing else, she grabs attention because of the explosive tweets her sister Rangoli Chandel makes on Twitter. While we know a lot of her films, upcoming ventures, family etc we barely know anything about her personal life. Kangana likes to keep her personal life personal and never shares much information. But in her recent interview, she has gone all candid and shared about the kind of partner she wants, casual dates and more. 

In an interview with Pinkvilla, Kangana revealed that she sneaks out after having a casual date as she cannot share the same bed with someone else. "I have always been addicted to my independence. Like when I have casual dates also, I can’t sleep on the same bed with the person, you know. I get up in the middle of the night and go to my room and be like sorry but...So I don’t know where that takes me," she said

Talking about the qualities her partner should have, she said, "I can’t have anyone pull down my energy. I can’t compensate for what my partner lacks. I’m a complete person. I need another complete person." Hope everyone out there who is interested in Kangana Ranaut and wants to be her partner in the future is reading this.


Meanwhile, Kangana is currently chilling in Manali along with her family due to Coronavirus lockdown in the country.  



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