In this trend of content oriented cinema being appreciated and doing well at box office, more film makers are turning towards realistic subjects and busy deliberating script writers to pen some good theme for them. However, Bollywood’s Queen Kangana Ranaut has taken an extra step to follow the suit.
After tackling unconventional roles in films like ‘Queen’ and ‘Tanu Weds Manu’, Kangana Ranaut now wants to make a film on her sister-manager, Rangoli, an acid attack survivor.
According to the ‘Rangoon’ actress, her sister is less than enthused with the idea though. “I told her that I want the rights to her life. I want to play her, me, and everyone. She replied, ‘yes it will be a big flop’,” Kangana said at an event in the city recently, adding that she thinks her sister’s life is far more interesting than her own, thanks to her husband who has been madly in love with her ever since they got hitched.
Rangoli who accompanied Kangana to the do, narrated her struggle since the incident and how it affected her life. “I was struggling for my life. When acid goes deep inside your skin and if you’re not treated on time, it attacks your organs too. At the time, psychological, scar-related problems were not on mind,” she revealed, recalling the trauma she underwent.
“My sister was there to inspire me. I am more confident today than I was before the attack. I know my strengths and weaknesses,” she reflects, adding, “I ave bigger plans. I would like to produce a film and Kangana will direct it.