Passport controversy: Kangana Ranaut on feelings of despair – ‘My pain was real’

Amidst the passport dispute, Kangana has shared a post on the social media site ‘Ku’. (Photo: kanganaranaut /Instargram)

Amidst the passport renewal controversy, Kangana Ranaut revealed that she felt “anxious and agitated” on Thursday. However, this morning, the negative feelings miraculously disappeared.

Mumbai. Amidst the passport renewal controversy, Kangana Ranaut said on Thursday that she experienced negative emotions as if she was “stuck in a dead end”. However, on Friday morning she could once again feel the ‘magic’ around her. Amidst the passport renewal controversy, the actress shared a post on social media site ‘Ku’.

Sharing a screenshot of her Ku post on Instagram Stories, Kangana Ranaut wrote, ‘Everyone falls into the trap of despair, yesterday I felt like I was stuck in a dead end. Felt anxious and agitated, but I knew I was wrong and I wasn’t able to see the magic around. My pain was real so the love that was always there seems to have suddenly disappeared. I was dazzled by what was left for me in a flash this morning. He also added a heart emoji at the end of his post.

Earlier this week, Kangana filed a petition in the Bombay High Court, contending that the local passport authority in Mumbai refused to renew her passport, citing an FIR lodged against her by the Mumbai Police. The hearing of this case was adjourned till June 25.

Kangana Ranaut’s post.

Kangana will soon resume shooting for the spy-thriller ‘Dhaakad’ directed by Rajneesh Ghai. The film also stars Arjun Rampal and Divya Dutta in important roles. In an earlier statement, Kangana had called Dhaakad “a kind of female-oriented action film” which is being made on a grand scale. He said, ‘If it is liked by the audience, then there will be no looking back for women in Indian cinema.’

Meanwhile, Kangana is awaiting the release of ‘Thalaivi’, in which she plays former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa. Directed by AL Vijay, the film was set to hit the theaters in April, but was postponed indefinitely due to the Covid-19 pandemic.


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