Kangana Ranaut known for her outspoken and honest views. The actress is currently shooting for her upcoming movie, ‘Tejas’. On Wednesday, she recently met Union Minister Prakash Javadekar and raised the issue of “discrimination” against artists outsides the film families.
Kangana took to her Instagram and shared two pictures with the minister, she mentioned, “Today after the shoot got an opportunity to meet Honourable Minister Shri @PrakashJavdekar Ji, discussed various issues especially discrimination against women and outsiders in the Film Industry. Thank you for your compassion, insight, and guidance, sir.”
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Kangana shared a video as she gears up for the role of an Indian Air Force officer in the film. The actress captioned, “Just to wear the uniform is not enough, it’s important to live through their struggles and hardships to know what it takes to have muscles of iron and nerves of steel. #Faujilife #Tejas. Training to be worthy of uniform. Jai Hind.”
She shared another post showing her character’s name ‘Tejas Gill’ printed on the uniform. She also shared about her feelings on playing the character in the film ‘Tejas’. The actor said, “Playing a Sikh soldier in Tejas. I never knew until I read my character’s full name on my uniform today. I had an instant smile on my face. Our longings and love have a way of manifesting. The universe speaks to us in more ways than we understand (added a heart emoticon).”
Kangana met the union minister in Delhi where she is shooting for Ronnie Screwvala backed actioner Tejas., in which she plays a soldier. The film is being directed by Sarvesh Mewara, who has also penned the screenplay. Kangana will also be seen in spy-thriller Dhaakad in which she plays the role of a spy. She is gearing up for the release of Thalaivi. The film is set to release in theatres on April 23.