Kangana Ranaut wants to be in a relationship
Bollywood star Kagana Ranaut recently celebrated her birthday, and after 27 years, she wishes to get be in the arms of her dream man.
Just like every girl, she has a fantasy of her own about what her dream man would be like.
It seems that she wants to feel the happiness of being in a relationship and is reportedly even ready to give away her hard earned fame and glory for it.
According to media reports, at the moment, all she wants is to live a simple life and settle down, in spite of all the praise she earned for herself for her role in the last film ‘Queen’.
Now, she wants to do one movie a year, but at the same time she has also admitted that the offers are so attractive that she can hardly stay away from them.
It is quite natural for her to want to settle down with a simple man, since she was born and brought up in a simple family.
The actress has been quite busy with her upcoming movies, but her well-wishers would certainly want her to find the man of her choice and hope that cupid strikes soon for the star.
Kangana was born in Bhambla, a small town in Himachal Pradesh, and wanted a career in medicine on the insistence of her parents.
A failed unit test in chemistry in her 12th grade made Kangana reconsider her career prospect, and in spite of preparing for the All India Pre Medical Test, she did not appear for the exam.
She became firm on building her own career path and at age sixteen she relocated to Delhi. During this time, she briefly dabbled with modelling. But she generally disliked the career because she found ‘no scope for creativity’. The actress then decided to shift her focus towards acting, and joined the Asmita Theatre Group, where she trained under the theatre director, Arvind Gaur. She took part in Gaur’s theatre workshop at the India Habitat Centre and acted in a number of his plays, including the Girish Karnad-scripted ‘Taledanda’.
Kangana made her feature film debut with the 2006 thriller ‘Gangster’.
She has received a National
Film Award in the Best Supporting Actress category for ‘Fashion’ in 2008, and
two Filmfare Awards: Best Female Debut for ‘Gangster’ in 2006 and Best
Supporting Actress for ‘Fashion’.