Kangana Ranaut: Kangana Ranaut left her home at 16 and went to Himachal to fulfill her dreams. The actress made her debut in the year 2006 with the film Gangster.
Kangana Ranaut is considered the ‘Dhaakad’ actress of Bollywood today. In her initial phase, Kangana has struggled with her bold and bold attitude.
In such a situation, remembering the days of her struggle, Kangana Ranaut said that she is one of those girls who have struggled a lot.
The actress said she started taking care of her own expenses very young. However, she was also heavily dependent on her male friends.
Let me tell you, Kangana Ranaut left her home at the age of 16 and left Himachal to fulfill her dreams. The actress made her debut in the year 2006 with the film Gangster. Before Gangster, the actress had struggled in Mumbai for the first three years.
When Kangana started moving from Delhi to Mumbai
Kangana said that when the actress decided to move from Delhi to Mumbai, she had only 10 thousand rupees. Kangana lived in PG at that time.
Kangana lived with her friends in PG. After this, Kangana signed with a model agency. In such a situation, Kangana got the target of going to Mumbai.
During this, Kangana also said that the boys of Delhi helped her a lot while living in Delhi. These boys from Delhi were Kangana’s friends. Kangana’s food bill was always given to her friend. Also read: Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai: This show created a new record in the world of television
According to the Curly Tail YouTube channel, ‘Delhi has been a very different experience for me. I don’t know how everything is now, but we talked about when we used to live with 5-6 girls, and some boys were friends.
We would have made him our driver. They used to take us out and pay our bills, too; Delhi boys, this is my compliment to you guys.
There are boys of Delhi who would like to pay the total bill for your food and drink although we ate very little.
Those boys used to take us to beautiful places, feed us and pay the bills. After I started earning money, I also started paying. So there was no pressure to pay later.