Actress Kangana Ranaut penned a heartfelt poem for her mother, Asha Ranaut on the occasion of Mother's Day. In the poem, Kangana talks of a child's journey from the womb to the outside world. She goes on to tell her mother that "nowhere I found the love and warmth of your womb". Kangana has recited the poem beautifully, recording it in the form of a video.

Here is Kangana's poem, titled "Mother"...

*Mother*

I'm your longing for life

When I first arose in your young heart ...

Your eyes gleamed with hope

When I came to your womb as a single cell

You breathed to give me life

You ate to give me blood

And then you cut me off from you

And gave me to the world

A piece of you

Outside of you

Lost and looking for you

I traveled the world,

But nowhere I found the love and warmth of your womb

And then I went to my own heart I found you mother

I found you there

You arise in my heart

As a desire

As a longing ... for love

 

On the work front, Kangana was last seen in Panga. The actress has two films, Thalaivi and Dhaakad, and the release date of both the films remains unclear due to the ongoing coronavirus lockdown.