Kangana Ranaut and Hrithik Roshan’s messy break up made the juiciest headlines for several tabloids and websites. Everyone wanted to get more ‘hits’, more ‘views’ on Kangana-Hrithik’s twisted tale and break-up. Allegations after allegations, the story finally ended with no clarity on who’s wrong and who’s not. However, amidst the entire controversy, the world failed to empathise with Kangana.
“Something in me, which has been the cause of all controversies, is urging me to say this. The voice inside me is saying don’t do this but it would be unfair to share such an important aspect of my life today. The world knows me as an achiever and the world gives more importance to my chievements but for me, the most important thing about my personality is that I see myself as a lover. If I am a fan of any aspect of myself then it is the ability to love and to be able to stay in love even
though the other doesn’t really feel the same thing.”
Further talking about how her dreamy love-story became a tragedy, she said,
“There was this young girl in the mountains. Extremely brave, naive, impractical and stubborn. This girl, when she was walking she saw a picture of a man and she fell is love with him. And that picture led her to cross oceans, deserts, mountains and landscapes. She is standing under stars with the man and this man kisses her and he
says I love you. The worlds meet and it becomes a trap between the real world and the world which was supposed to be future and to be reached, but one manages to reach
there. What happens is that this man says that she is not a normal girl, she has a lot of fire in her belly. And she isn’t even a woman, she is a lion in a woman. So,
the man gets scared of this woman and that’s when the whole love story becomes a tragedy.”
“The letters that I might have written, which were brutally exposed to the world. How did I feel as a human being because every letter that you’ve written to your lover holds a lot of vulnerability? You are exposing part of your soul or yourself, not to the world but to an individual. I felt extremely naked in front of the world. I cried for nights in my room. People make fun of me.
But I never answered to that brutality in the same spirit. I think that makes me see myself as a winner. I can’t help if I am not good enough for an individual but I think what’s not justice is to make fun of a woman’s vulnerabilities and sort of embarrass her for her desires.
As far as letters are concerned, I’ve gone ahead to tell my side of the story but the only thing I want to say is, “Jinko duniya ki nigaaho se chupa kar rakha, jinko ek umar kaleje se laga ke rakha. Teri khushboo mein base khat main jalata kaise, pyar main doobe hue khat main jalaata kaise.”
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