Instead Of Playing With Kids In Childhood, I Loved To Dress Up My Dolls: Kangana Ranaut

Get Daily Updates In Email

Published by Ricky Tandon on 07 Dec 2020

The Queen of Bollywood Kangana Ranaut loves to remain in the limelight. She is always known for her controversial statements and comments. She is given the name of ‘controversial queen’ of the Hindi film industry.

The actress is a keen social media buff and she keeps on sharing the stuff related to her day-to-day activities, childhood related stories, and family functions. Now, the actress has shared that when she was a kid, she was not keen on playing with other children.

She added that in spite of playing with kids of her age, she liked to spend her free time making dresses for her toy dolls. She was recently topping the headlines because of her online spat with the Punjabi actor-singer Diljit Dosanjh. Their spat was based on the continuing agriculturalist protests that got supported by a number of Bollywood and Punjabi stars including Priyanka Chopra, Diljit Dosanjh, and others.

She stated, “As a child I don’t remember playing with children, even then my favourite thing to do was to make fancy gowns, and clothes for my dolls and I loved to contemplate for hours on end, hence the deep thoughtful mature eyes, unfortunately some of us are born old and I am one of those.”

In addition to her Twitter activities, Kangana is also busy filming her much-awaited film, Thalaivi. She would be witnessed playing the character of ace actor and political stalwart J Jayalalithaa in the movie.

Kangana had previously disclosed how she was called an ‘unwanted child’ when she was a kid. The actress stated that when she took birth, her parents, especially her mother couldn’t come to terms with the fact that they had another baby girl.

“I know these stories in detail because every time a guest visited, or there was a gathering, they repeated this story in front of me that how I was the unwanted child.”

Related Articles