While most opt to connect with their well-wishers through Twitter or Facebook, I stay away from it.I don’t find a genuine vibe to these micro blogging sites. In fact I dread these sites, where everyone is just trying to be somebody else, they fake and lie
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 so rooted! It is surprising to see this rich and famous family living a simple, middle-class life. It was very easy for me to get along with a family like theirs
After her debut in Bollywood with Anurag Basu’s Gangster, Kangana Ranaut’s tryst with Bolllywood has been nothing short of a roller-coaster ride — having seen her share of highs with movies like Fashion, Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai and lows with films like Double Dhamaal, Rascals, Tezzamong others. Admitting to spells of disorientation in an exclusive chat with Screen, Ranaut is now gearing up to get back on track. The reticent actress had also gone the extra mile to launch her own website recently. From her stance on social micro blogging sites to the special equation she shares with the Roshans (film-maker Rakesh Roshan and son, actor Hrithik), the lissome actress says it straight from the heart.
What made you launch a website of your own recently? Is it a tool to help in your career?
I launched the website specially for my fans. I too want to interact with them about my future projects, just like Hrithik (Roshan) and Priyanka (Chopra) who stay connected with their fans. But while most opt to connect with their well-wishers through Twitter or Facebook, I stay away from it. The idea of communicating with millions of unfamiliar people frightens me. No, I am not worried about the negative comments or trolls known to frequent such sites, it is just that you don’t know who you are communicating with. Yes, they could be well-wishers, but I don’t find a genuine vibe to these micro blogging sites. In fact I dread