Queen of Bollywood Kangana Ranaut celebrates her 33 birthday today. This time, she is already at her home in the picturesque Manali, surrounded by all of her family. Kangana returned home earlier this month as coronavirus started spreading rapidly across the country. Like many around India and the world, she, too, has decided to stay home and stay safe from the virus. But now that she is with her family, we are sure they have something grand planned for her.
Kangana made her debut with Anurag Basu’s Gangster in 2006. But, it was Madhur Bhandarkar’s 2008 film Fashion, where Kangana’s portrayal of a substance-abusing supermodel struggling to cope with her foundering career, brought her in limelight. She took one more winning shot with Aanand L. Rai’s Tanu Weds Manu in 2011. Vikas Bahl’s Queen cemented her position in the film industry as one of the top leading actresses and since then, there’s no looking back for her.
Padma Shri awardee and a receipt of three National Awards, the actress regularly hits the headlines for her fearless and frank speaking. In an industry where actors choose to hide behind sugar-coated words, Kangana is a ‘breath of fresh air’ who doesn’t fear to call ‘a spade a spade’. She always pushes boundaries, tests waters and comes out stronger in every battle of hers.
The actress has always been bold and loud about her struggles. Kangana’s sense of style is always on point. Just like her films, the pretty actress doesn’t fear to experiment with her looks too, which ultimately inspires us to channel our inner fashionista.
The actress has always been an ardent supporter of environmental and social causes in real life. Kangana is credited in the media as one of the most fashionable celebrities in the country, and she has launched her own clothing lines for the brand Vero Moda. Her reputation for expressing her honest opinions in public and her troubled personal and professional relationships have frequently sparked controversy.