After her controversial claim about drug abuse in Bollywood, Kangana Ranaut has now described the film industry as ‘intoxicating’. In her latest post on Twitter the actress shared her thoughts, “Show business is absolutely intoxicating, this make believe world of lights and camera is designed to make one live and believe in an alternate reality, a little bubble of their own, it takes a very strong spiritual core to recognise this delusion…” Along with this post, Kangana had shared a picture of hers, getting decking up for a big show.
Show business is absolutely intoxicating, this make believe world of lights and camera is designed to make one live and believe in an alternate reality, a little bubble of their own, it takes a very strong spiritual core to recognise this delusion…
Previously Kangana Ranaut had claimed during an interview that nearly 99 per cent of Bollywood consumed drugs and this has not really gone down well with several celebrities. Raveena Tandon had then hit out at Kangana’s claim and stated, “Globally,99 % of judges, politicians, babus, officials, cops are corrupt. This statement cannot be a generic description for all. People are intelligent. They can differentiate between good/ bad. Few bad apples cannot spoil a basket. Likewise our industry also has the good and the bad.”
Kangana Ranaut recently returned to her hometown Manali with sister and manager Rangoli Chandel. The actress had a rather eventful week in Mumbai, with her office in Bandra being demolished by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, after they gave her a notice of certain ‘illegal construction’. “My office was suddenly declared illegal in last 24 hours, they have destroyed everything inside including furniture and lights and now I am getting threats they will come to my house and break it as well, I am glad my judgement of movie mafia’s favourite world’s best CM was right,” Kangana had tweeted. During her stay in Mumbai, Kangana had also met Karni Sena functionaries, Union Minister Ramdas Athawale and Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari.