Actress Kangana Ranaut, who is currently busy with her film ‘Emergency’, recently shared her thoughts on facing an identity crisis while taking on a challenging onscreen character.
Kangana, who will be seen essaying the role of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, wrote on Instagram, “Today is a break day, I don’t call it a break I call it a pause day. On such a blank beat you wonder where did you lose yourself. You dissolve in the character and find that nothing of you is left in you. You see your own pictures like a stranger and wonder, will you ever be the same. The truth is you can never go back to being the same person, once a character has happened to you it remains like a scar on the soul, like the darkness of the night, like the glow of the moon, like a realisation you can’t own, like a million shining suns, like the dizzying heights of the mountains and suffocating depths of the sea. a character will remain regardless of you. #emergency”
‘Emergency’ is Kangana’s second directorial after ‘Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi’ and the actress is leaving no stone unturned to make the film a compelling watch.
Anupam Kher, Vishak Nair, Mahima Chaudhry, and Shreyas Talpade are also a part of the film.
Manikarnika films present ‘Emergency’ which is written and directed by Kangana Ranaut. The film is produced by Renu Pitti and Kangana Ranaut. The screenplay and dialogues are by Ritesh Shah.
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