Why did Kangana Ranaut sign the film ‘Queen’?
Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut, who has always been in the news for her controversial statements, has given a reason for signing her super hit film ‘Queen’ on the completion of 7 years.
Actress Kangana Ranaut’s film ‘Queen’ was directed by Vikas Ball which did a whopping business of around Rs 200 crore from all over the world.
On the occasion of the 7th anniversary of the film ‘Queen’, actress Kangana Ranaut said that she had signed the film so that she could pay the New York Film School fees with the money raised from it. “When I signed the film, I thought it would never be released,” he said.
“Later, after seeing my work, a reputed agency hired me as a director and then I buried my passion for acting and I didn’t have the courage to come back to India,” Kangana said.
“I bought a house in Los Angeles and I was planning to work in the United States when the film Queen was released, which changed my life,” he said.
Actress Kangana Ranaut finally said that Quinn was not just a movie for me but it was a discovery for me for all the things I deserved and which was kept away from me for 10 years.