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Will Kangana Ranaut ever get married? Actress' shocking explanation on marriage and relationship (Read Deets)

First Published May 28, 2021, 3:51 PM IST
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Kangana Ranaut thinks differently when it comes to marriage and commitment; in an old interview she opened up about relationship and more

Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut is often seen speaking her mind on various topics and some times seen courting controversies with her tweets and statements. 

Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut is often seen speaking her mind on various topics and some times seen courting controversies with her tweets and statements. 

A few years ago during the promotion of her film Panga, directed by Nitesh Tiwari, she spoke about marriage and relationship. She talked about her firector, Nitesh Tiwari and his wife Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari, who is also a filmmaker.

A few years ago during the promotion of her film Panga, directed by Nitesh Tiwari, she spoke about marriage and relationship. She talked about her firector, Nitesh Tiwari and his wife Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari, who is also a filmmaker.

Kangana has a different take when it comes to marriage and commitment. In an interview the actress said, that she feels positive after seeing Ashwiny and husband Nitesh Tiwari's relationship.
 

Kangana has a different take when it comes to marriage and commitment. In an interview the actress said, that she feels positive after seeing Ashwiny and husband Nitesh Tiwari's relationship.
 

The interview was with Bombay Times, when the Queen actress said, "When you have so much going for yourself, you tend to get thoughts like... 'The world needs me, why should I belong to one person (laughs!)?' Also, with time, you can become compulsively independent in the way you live your life and operate, and the way you create your personal space. Then, marriage seems like a trap. When you are functioning better on your own, than with a partner, then, marriage doesn't make sense, right? As partners, you should function doubly better. I see that Rangoli (sister) and her husband function well with each other."

The interview was with Bombay Times, when the Queen actress said, "When you have so much going for yourself, you tend to get thoughts like... 'The world needs me, why should I belong to one person (laughs!)?' Also, with time, you can become compulsively independent in the way you live your life and operate, and the way you create your personal space. Then, marriage seems like a trap. When you are functioning better on your own, than with a partner, then, marriage doesn't make sense, right? As partners, you should function doubly better. I see that Rangoli (sister) and her husband function well with each other."

She further said that it is important to have emotionally, financially and spiritually like-minded partners. The actress said, that if people are doing doubly well together in these aspects, then she is open to marriage. 

She further said that it is important to have emotionally, financially and spiritually like-minded partners. The actress said, that if people are doing doubly well together in these aspects, then she is open to marriage. 

She further said that if it does not grow up, then it should not bring her down from where I am. She said how she can see Ashwiny and Nitesh work beautifully together and how they are magnifying each other. She feels this (like Ashwiny and Nitesh) is how it should work.

She further said that if it does not grow up, then it should not bring her down from where I am. She said how she can see Ashwiny and Nitesh work beautifully together and how they are magnifying each other. She feels this (like Ashwiny and Nitesh) is how it should work.

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