Kangana Ranaut made her Cannes debut yesterday. The actress will be at the festival for three days and will walk the red carpet. For her debut outing, the actress wore a black Sabyasachi Mukherjee saree and looked like a million bucks as she stepped out. Soon after this, the Manikarnika actress spoke at the Indian pavilion about women in Indian films along with CBFC chief Prasoon Joshi. Also Read - Kangana Ranaut’s Thalaivi Gets Postponed Due to Rise in COVID-19 Cases

Kangana mentioned how gender bias is not the norm in the industry anymore. And like always, the actress did make a lot of sense. When the actress was asked at the platform if she is an exception to this, she said, “I am not an exception. With the modernisation and the way the world has changed…the difference between men and women has changed. There is a certain equality that has come about in the system. People now question if actor and actresses put in the same effort, why can’t they be treated as equals?” Also Read - Kangana Ranaut Says Akshay Kumar Called Her Secretly to Praise Thalaivi, Fans Are Rolling Their Eyes!

During the same discussion, the Queen actress also spoke about regional films. She was quoted saying, “We have four regional films that are being screened here. It is very endearing that our regional films – Bengali, Malayalam, Punjabi, Assamese – are getting such a platform and will be showcased here. Someone made a film for the first time in Lakshwadeep and it is getting such a grand platform as Cannes! The fact that filmmakers are now getting such wide platforms is great.” Also Read - Kangana Ranaut Blasts Sanjay Raut as he Gets Accused of Harassment by Film Producer, Says 'Proven Right'