Kangana Ranaut’s OLD Interview Points Out What Was Wrong With Ranbir Kapoor’s Animal; Actress Suggests Filmmakers To Show Consequences Of Violence

Kangana Ranaut’s old video has gone viral amid Animal controversy, where she explains that filmmakers should make movies with dark subjects but should also show the consequences of the same on society and people around them

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Kangana Ranaut’s OLD Interview Points Out What Was Wrong With Ranbir Kapoor’s Animal; Actress Suggests Filmmakers To Show Consequences Of Violence
Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has never once shied away from expressing her true feelings on particular matters that are important to her. Owing to the release of Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s much-anticipated movie Animal, one of her old interviews is now going viral where she spoke about the importance of filmmakers making projects with dark subjects and how they also need to show the consequences the society and people go through.

Shared by an Instagram profile, the video is from a few years back when Kangana had graced the sets of Aamir Khan’s chat show Satyamev Jayate.alongside Deepika Padukone. Both actresses had openly spoken about their views on violence shown in movies. The 36-year-old actress shared that while she isn’t against directors showing violence in movies as they need to depict the good, the bad and the ugly stories of the society, they must also show how such things will eventually negatively affect the society. She goes on to add how films inspire people and it is the responsibility of the filmmakers to handle dark topics with maturity.

Watch the video here:


Netizens quickly took to the comment section of the video to hail the actress and her point of view. One wrote, “She is completely on point, We need to pick our role models carefully.” Another wrote, “Even if see her choice work it shows what she stand for. She, one of the few actor those who are a true sense of a celebrity.” Other one wrote, “A very intelligent actress whose credibility was destroyed by the industry.” One commented, “Some men can’t take rejection…they think women are the bad element…they glorify their hatred for women and take it as normal behaviour…and that’s how hate crimes come into force…we as a society should never glorify bad behaviour towards anyone as a normal way of life…ofcourse we have the choice of not watching such movies but above all we as artists should also choose movies with utmost care as to what message is being transmitted to sensitive young brains.”

On the work front, Kangana Ranaut was last seen Tejas. She will be next seen in Emergency. Not only is the movie her first solo directorial, but she will also be essaying the role of India’s late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Apart from that, she also has a few other projects in her pipeline. 
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