Kangana Ranaut is gearing up for the release of her upcoming actioner ‘Dhaakad’, the trailer of the film was recently launched in Mumbai. The actress, who is busy promoting the same, in a recent interview, spoke about witnessing a low phase in her career when she started refusing a lot of the Khan-led films or Kumar-led films, all kinds of big hero films.
Ranaut said, “I’ve had a lot of low points, when at my best time I refused a lot of Khan-led films, Kumar-led films, Kapoor-led films. People used to call me up and ask, ‘What you’re doing, why are you’re refusing all these great films?.”
According to the actress, she has always had the vision that a film like ‘Dhaakad’ is possible. She had an aim, even if she didn’t plan it. She knew, however, that she couldn’t do it alone and that she needed the help of people like Razneesh Ghai, Deepak Mukut, and Sohel Maklai.
The actress went on to say that for a woman to have a successful journey, she needs the support of many men. As a result, it is a synthesis of many factors.
Kangana also discussed pay parity. The actress stated that she was initially underpaid in comparison to male stars, but that she can now confidently state that she is not underpaid. Kangana gives credit to the men who have assisted her.
“I am sure I am not underpaid. This makes me feel all the men have helped me through this journey. Earlier, at times, I did think, why don’t I get paid equally like the heroes at this stage of my life? But now, happily, I can say that I am not underpaid,”