Kangana Ranaut has been grabbing the attention for her attack on the movie industry for not backing her story Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi, she has been in the news lately after she slammed Bollywood for not supporting her last release Manikarnika. The actress is also upset with Alia Bhatt, who she had invited for a special screening of Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi, but the latter couldn’t make it. The actress even targeted Alia Bhatt & called her a puppet of Karan Johar. Meanwhile, her last release has been raking a good amount of money at the box-office.
Entoured by all the controversies, we now hear that the actress has now been focusing on her next directorial which is going to be her own biopic. What is more exciting is that the actress is all prepared to tell the real-life story of herself on the big screen with this movie.
According to sources, the movie will be scripted by the Baahubali writer KV Vijayendra who has also written the story of Manikarnika. The movie will go on floors by the end of 2019, most probably in October-November. According to sources, Ranaut already has her technical crew in place that helped her in Manikarnika who she is keen to work on for her own production films.
The actress has confirmed that the news & said
“Yes, it is true, my own story is the subject of my next directorial. But it is not a propaganda film with characters who are starkly black and white, rather it is a sincere, heartfelt account of my journey so far with plenty of lighter moments. I’m emboldened by the love of the people around me, who have never judged me but accepted me for who I am.”
When she was asked if the film will have characters that are based on the people she has had differences in the past, she said
“How can I show my journey without people, I can’t be walking alone. But we will not be taking any names. The idea is to protect me and my life with all its highs and lows. In the end, it is the story of an achiever, a girl from the mountains who came into Bollywood without any connections in the industry or even a godfather, and went on to carve a niche for herself against all odds, with some memorable films like Gangster, Tanu Weds Manu and its sequel, Fashion, Queen and more recently Manikarnika, bagging three National Awards along the way.”
She also shared that:
“Around 12 weeks ago, he urged me to let him write a film based on my life. I was nervous and wary initially, but then, given his stature and the fact that I trust him implicitly, I gave Vijayendra sir the go-ahead to the project.”
We are really eager to see how she makes her own biopic. Are you excited about it? Let us know in the comments section below.