That Kangana Ranaut is riding high after the success of QUEEN and TANU WEDS MANU RETURNS 2 is something we all know and certainly understand. Obviously, she must be inundated with huge offers also post that. But is she taking up all the projects and offers coming her way? Certainly not.
Where actors would go on signing spree after achieving a great success (that too numero uno position), Kangana seems to be going otherwise. While we don't really know what's on Kangana's mind, but looking at her recent decisions it appears Kangana has either become choosy & finicky or she has adopted a strategy of refusal to upsurge her demand.
Not long ago, when the makers of Salman Khan starrer SULTAN were hunting for a leading lady, they reportedly offered the film to the most sought-after actress of B-town, Kangana Ranaut. And the film is being made under YRF banner, a coveted production house in the film industry. Reports were abuzz that Kangana declined the film since she did not want to play a second fiddle to THE Salman Khan (for whom any A-list actress would vie for). We hear the offer was so lucrative with two independent other films apart from Salman Khan starrer and the fees which she can quote for no holds barred. Despite all the benefits, the actress opted out without any regrets.
And now the news is rife that Kangana has turned down Homi Adajania's (who has been credited for changing the fate of Deepika with COCKTAIL) next that stars two blue-eyed boys of the industry - Sushant Singh Rajput, Irrfan Khan. Apparently, Kangana refused to be part of the film citing date issues. Since she has already committed to Hansal Mehta about doing his film SIMRAN after completing Vishal Bhardwaj's RANGOON, Kangana can't take up Homi Adajania's project as the dates are clashing.
Now, whether Kangana is absolutely occupied with her films to even accept exciting offers or it's her way out to become the most desirable, is something to find out!
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