Kangana Ranaut Shares Her Views About Taboos Around S*x And They Are Both Surprising And Bold  

When it comes to Kangana Ranaut, these are her views about sex. When You Want it, Just Have It. Parents Should Encourage Children To Have S*x.

In a recent media event by India Today, Kangana Ranaut shared her views about taboos around sex and made some surprising statements about the same.

Kangana Ranaut
Kangana Ranaut

The Manikarnika lead said,

“Sex is an important aspect of everyone’s life. When you want sex, just have it. Don’t be obsessed. There was a time when you were told to marry someone, and your emotions were directed towards that person. In history, because of invasions, people’s ideas are still there, that our scriptures don’t allow sex.”

She didn’t stop at that and added,

“Parents should be happy with children having sex. Children should have responsible sex. My parents were shocked when they find out I was sexually active. Parents should encourage children to have sex.”

During the same interview, Kangana threw some light at the personal of an actor. According to her it is very extreme. Even though the stars are loved but the moment they reach a higher place, there’s more at stake. She added that there would be more enemies and more people would want to pull her down. But she’s okay with it as it is a reality of every profession.

When Kangana was asked about the possibility of her future in politics, she replied,

“I’ve been told that I do chamchagiri for BJP. I’ve got offers from parties. But I do not want to be a politician. I want to be a filmmaker.”

Talking about work, Kangana was last seen in Judgementall Hai Kya opposite Rajkummar Rao. The film failed to leave any impression on box-office. Her next flick will be Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari’s Panga. She’s also readying herself for the biopic of late politician Jayalalithaa. The film is titled ‘Thalaivi’.

We admire Kangana’s way of talking in open about the topics that are both a reality of humanity and society, but irrespective of that some illogical taboos deter any kind of public conversation about them.


Gaurav Gupta

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