Kangana Ranaut claims she had to mortgage all her property to complete her film ‘Emergency’

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She’s always been embroiled in controversy. Whether it’s her grand nepotism war with KJo, the Father of Bollywood’s ‘N’ club, or her very public fracas with alleged ex-lover Hrithik Roshan, Kangana Ranaut has fought tooth and nail until the last, and even though she found herself all alone, with nobody by her side. But this gutsy lady is indeed made of a different mould for she continues to court controversy boldly. Even now, Kangana insists that because of her enemies, she had to mortgage her property to complete her film ‘Emergency’.

In a post on her social media handle, Kangana said, “As I wrap Emergency as an actor today, a tremendously glorious phase of my life comes to its full completion… It may seem I sailed through it comfortably but the truth is far from it. From mortgaging all my properties, every single thing that I owned to being diagnosed with dengue during the first schedule and having to film it despite alarmingly low blood cell count, my character as an individual has been severely tested.”

She further goes on to say, “At the same time I want to share with you all that if you believe just working hard for your dreams or for what you want is enough, think again because that’s not true…You must work hard that’s given, even if you are worthy you will be tested beyond your limits and you mustn’t break. Hold on to yourself till you can … You are fortunate if life spares you but you are blessed if it doesn’t…. If you break and shatter into pieces…Celebrate… Because it’s time for you to reborn…It’s a rebirth for me and I feel alive like never before…Thanks to my team…”

The film ‘Emergency’ is on the late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and is directed by Kangana.

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