Actress Kangana Ranaut says she has always considered herself an underdog but never allowed bullies to dictate terms.
“We do have bullies everywhere. Whether it’s school, college or your work. You come across a lot of bullies and there is nothing unusual about it and looking back I do believe that you grow that stamina to fight back,” she said.
The actress added very early in her life she faced physical violence and learnt to fight for herself.
“I am not concerned what people say behind my back. My life is just about me. I am not concerned about what’s happening behind my back. I prefer to look ahead.”
“I am an underdog. But when I came, I faced giants, people who are ruling the industry. I pretty much wanted to replace them and that was an agenda.”
Talking about how people made fun of her accent, Kangana said it is wrong to judge a person on the basis of their language is “very primitive”.
“Language doesn’t say anything about who you are. Your colour, sex, gender, language do not define you. What defines you is your character.
“If my accent is off so what’s the big deal. People find my accent fake here and when these same people go abroad, the locals there find their accent fake. People, who say we are dark, are called dark when they go abroad.” – CINEWS