Kangana Ranaut will next be seen in Hansal Mehta’s ‘Simran’. She plays the lead role in the movie, but apart from the being credited as the protagonist, she will also be credited as a writer in the film. Well, this won’t be for the first time when Kangana is being credited as a writer. Well, this is not the first time that the actress is being acknowledged in a role apart from her acting skills. In ‘Queen’, the actress was credited as one of the dialogue writers of the movie.
Kangana recently revealed why she has been credited as a writer in the film. She said, “When Hansal (Mehta, director) came to me with the script of ‘Simran’, I was intrigued. It was essentially a dark, gritty crime thriller. Together we sat down and tweaked the script to make it a slice-of-life comedy. It is gracious of them (Hansal and Co.) to credit me as a writer for the film.”
“I am a typical Arian wanting to do everything in this world. My bucket list extends beyond films. I want to act and direct like [Charlie] Chaplin. It’s an intrinsic personality trait. In the near future, you will also see me write a book. I will be found growing apples in an organic farm someday. I have a lot of interests, which I need to fulfill in this lifetime. There’s a constant fear that one day I will die and there will be way too many things I won’t be able to accomplish. I have it all calculated,” the actress added.
She further said, “Even if I live till 80, I know I won’t be able to learn to bake well enough. I will still not able to learn knitting. I will rather focus on the many books I have to read and the movies I have to watch. I have planned everything but realistically speaking, there isn’t enough time. Sometimes I feel I want to do too much and there isn’t enough time for it. I am born to do a lot, and I know I will.” (Also Read: Kangana Ranaut finally opens up about the failure of ‘Rangoon’, says it was targeted at her)
In ‘Simran’, Kangana apparently plays the role of Gujarati girl who goes to the US and gets involved in small-time criminal activities. Well, though the makers have not clarified about it, it is said that the movie is based on Indian-origin nurse in the US, Sandeep Kaur, who was involved in many robberies.