as a villain as well as a hero. I took up projects that interested me and surprisingly, they all have me in the key roles. I am excited about being the woman protagonist.
You will be seen in a non-glamorous role in Revolver Rani. Can you elaborate?
Kangana Ranaut: Itís one of my most challenging roles. It took me months to understand the role and perfect the lines. Revolver Rani is a politician-cum-gangster from Chambal. She is definitely a negative character, who is wicked, fierce, power hungry and ugly. Audiences will be in for a surprise when they will see me with a crooked nose. The movie also stars Vir Das and Piyush Mishra, among other theatre actors.
Krrish 3 is your second venture with the Roshans after Kites. How is your equation with them off-screen?
Kangana Ranaut: I am very fond of the Roshans. We all know about their success story. Though they are one of the most popular families in our country, they are still very rooted. It is surprising to see this rich and famous family living a simple and middle-class life. They live together in one house and are very close and supportive of each other. It was easy for me to get along with a family like theirs. Work wise, I would only like to say that it is very commendable of Rakeshji to make a science fiction film like Krrish 3, at this age.
There have been reports of a Tanu Weds Manu sequel.
Kangana Ranaut: The film will go on floor next year. I am very excited about it as you will see me in a double role.
The success of your films such as Gangster, Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai and Fashion was followed by failures such as No Problem, Rascals among others. What went wrong?
Kangana Ranaut: At some point, I got a little disoriented. I started taking up all projects that came my way. I wasnít that serious about my career. But as they say, you donít realise the importance of what you have till you lose it. My failure made me realise that I