Kangana Ranaut’s last film ‘Rangoon’ directed by Vishal Bhardwaj was a flop at the box office. But the movie fanatics couldn’t stop singing praises about Kangy’s performance in the film. But in an interview with a leading tabloid the actress spoke with regards to the film’s failure and why was she targeted. The movie which also starred Shahid Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan did not do wonders at the box office despite the kind of hype it was surrounded with. In the interview, Kangana admits how she was left heartbroken seeing the film’s failure.
Kangana Ranaut was quoted saying as, “I, for one, thought the film had all the ingredients to be a profitable business proposition. It (film’s failure) was heartbreaking,” reports Mid-Day. She also added, “I felt Rangoon’s failure was targeted at me. Various people used that time of my life to direct their anger at me. I felt it was unnecessary that when I was dealing with a vulnerable phase in my career; they were hitting out at me. ‘Rangoon’ was mounted on a humungous budget and publicised around my character. When something like that doesn’t fare well, you do feel like sh*t.”
Kangana Ranaut even admits that the war drama ‘Rangoon’ lacked on many things. She said, “The last few minutes didn’t come together. We missed our shot at creating a glorious film by a small margin. It was indeed a difficult time dealing with that phase, but not as much as it might have been for a few other people involved with the project.” (ALSO READ: Karan Johar is still not over Kangana Ranaut’s comment on nepotism and here is the proof!)
On the work front, Kangana Ranaut has just wrapped up her upcoming flick ‘Simran’. Actress says that the film’s first poster will be unveiled by mid-May.