"I Want to Get Married This Year..."— Kangana Ranaut Has a Change of Heart About Marriage

So who's the lucky guy?




If there's a Bollywood actress trending RN on social media and all over the entertainment news, there are no points for guessing who it is.

Kangana Ranaut always manages to grab eyeballs—be it for her groundbreaking movies, or her brutally honest and unfiltered sass in her interviews. The actor who was bold and unafraid to speak her mind, enough to start the nepotism debate and shackle the roots of the powerful film frat, is now set on a mission to call out all those who (in her opinion) wronged her. You've probably read all about her explosive revelations in different interviews, and also about the reactions of other Bollywood celebs to her allegations against Hrithik (and other celebs.)

Mincing words are alien to her, be it about her opinion on professional matters pertaining to the industry, or be it about her personal life. Recently, the Simran lead-star revealed her take on marriage to a publication, and her statements will surely take you by surprise!

"When you are younger, you have different priorities. Marriage is a kind of burden, you can't travel on your own, can't think on your own. I can go to parties with my sister, I can date people for some time, have relationships. But then people start drifting away from your lives. My brother has got married, my sister will have a baby soon. You feel like you can't have a set of frivolous friends coming over on weekends when your family is busy with their own families. You want the same for yourself.

During a media interaction at a recently concluded fashion show, Kangana said that designer Manav Gangwani will design her "first" wedding dress. Earlier this year, Kangana stated in an interview with a daily, "I want to get married this year and hopefully, it should happen."

Well, that's an evident change of heart, when we compare these statements on marriage, from an interview that took place two years ago! The Queen actor had said,

"I don't believe in marriage. In fact, I am strictly against marriage. We are all born free and we should set each other free. Just because I am going out with someone, doesn't mean that I have to marry the person. So what if I am seeing someone? When you can just live with the person and be happy, why would you want to ruin a relationship? It doesn't make sense to make things legal and tie someone down. I'd never do that."

Kangana does not shy away from talking about her past relationships, as she feels it is better to be quoted honestly, than to bear the brunt of a social media shaming when excerpts are twisted and projected as "controversial".

In an interview with Filmfare magazine, Kangana gave her ideologies on extra-marital relationships. The strong hints in her explosive statements will surely stun you! When quizzed on why strong and successful women fall for married men, Kangana said,

"Well, you have to add 'young' to successful and strong. When you're young, you tend to believe the sob story of a married man when he tells you 'my wife beats me'. If a married man, who is persuading me, gets a minute alone with me, he will say my wife is this evil bitch and I am this poor person' and how the one who is sitting in front of him is his saviour. Women have to stop falling for this bullsh*t, this crap. This is not the truth at all. Do you think I'll buy that now? No way. I have not yet met a happy married man in my life. No matter what the age is. At some point, post 25 years of age, you don't buy this. But when you're between 15 and 25 the natural tendency of a young woman is to fall for someone who could be an 'ideal husband' forgetting that he's already a husband."

The sincerity and surety with which Kangana is talking about a marriage—doesn't it look like she already has someone in mind?