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5 Times Kangana Ranaut Was So Badass, She Put Kill Bill’s The Bride To Shame

What do we say about Kangana that already hasn’t been said?

What do we say about Kangana Ranaut that hasn’t already been said? She’s hot, she’s intelligent and she carries a wonderful ‘devil-may-care’ attitude with ease. 

To mark her birthday tomorrow, we’ll list down five of her most badass quotes.

On Hrithik Roshan

“If some girl has worked with you (Hrithik) for seven years, can’t you call her up and say, ‘Why are you sending so many mails? Don’t you have any work?’ No, you’ve collected those mails. You’ve compiled them into a file. Then you hired India’s best criminal lawyer for these mails, and said save me from this girl,” Kangana said in an interview with Rajat Sharma on Aap Ki Adaalat.

On Objectification of women

“I have a problem with how they (industry) objectify women. It is one thing to admire a woman for her beauty and to explore that aspect of it, but I’m not in favour of calling them names and objectifying them in a way that degrades them,” she was quoted as saying by Grazia

On Karan Johar

“At the workplace, it’s the badass card to fight cutthroat competition. With my family and loved ones, it’s the love card. When fighting the world, it’s the dignity card, and for a seat in a bus, it’s the woman card. What is important to understand is that we are not fighting people, we are fighting a mentality. I am not fighting Karan Johar, I am fighting male chauvinism,” she said in an interview with Mumbai Mirror. 

On Women Having Sex

“I really pushed this angle of Simran being a woman who really enjoys having sex. I felt it was important for our nation to come to terms (with the fact that) women want to have sex,” she said in an interview with film critic Anupama Chopra. 

On Having A Battle Scar

“I am a bit embarrassed to be thrilled to have a battle scar on my face. Also, people from my team have been telling me that it’s like that Peshwa teeka that Manikarnika wore. It’s a bit dramatic but I am excited that my face was covered in blood and I got a genuine and authentic glimpse of the Queen’s life,” she said in an interview with Pinkvilla