Kangana Ranaut has stirred quite a storm of controversy with her recent appearance on Rajat Sharma’s Aap Ki Adalat where she spoke candidly about all her relationships so far and her legal battle with Hrithik Roshan. The actress who is known  for her bold and fiery nature made a daring statement once again at a recent interview with film critic and talk show host Anupama Chopra.

That Kangana is a feminist is no secret as the actress has spoken about women empowerment on several occasions. At this interview too she spoke at large about the issues affecting women. She said, “We’ve not been able to give our women respect and comfort with their sexuality.” She elaborated on the issue by speaking about the time she got injured while shooting a stunt sequence for her upcoming film, Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi. “A lot of people from my crew came and said ‘Oh you’ve got ba**s, you’ve got ba**s, you’ve got ba**s. And I said, no, I don’t have ba**s, I have a vagina. Why can’t anyone say that word? It’s much cooler to say ‘You’ve got ovaries’,” she said. (ALSO READ: Kangana Ranaut Looks Like A Regal Beauty In Her Latest Bridal Photoshoot-View Pics)

She also spoke about her role in her next film Simran that is slated to release on September 15. She spoke about how she pushed the angle of Simran being a woman who really enjoys having sex, in the script. She said, “I felt it was important for our nation to come to terms (with the fact that) women want to have sex. This is something I forced into the script. (Simran) doesn’t have shame in picking up boys, she’s single, she’s divorced, she’s dated many men, and she takes great pride in that,” Kangana added.

Check out the interview below:

In the interview, she also spoke about her equation with directors.  She said, “I’m fed up of taking directions from ego maniacs. I remember this director who used to come to me every morning and tell me when to look down and when to look up,” she said.  Furthermore, she narrated an incident which had a director come up to her and telll her to discuss any ideas she may have only in the van and not on set, because, she quoted him as saying, “the crew really respected me.” Kangana described him to be an egotistical person.