Kangana was called irresponsible on first day of shoot

Mumbai, Aug 14 (IANS) Kangana Ranaut has been riding high on success since her last few movies. But her entry into the industry was not all that great, as someone called her “irresponsible” on her first day of shooting.

During a promotional visit to a radio station, Kangna remembered her initial days in Bollywood.

Speaking about her first day, she said: “My first day while shooting for ‘Gangster’ in Seoul was crazy. It was a weird day. Anurag was taking a wide shot and he told me walk from a point. I just kept on walking and I was out of the frame and I kept on walking.”

“Then they changed the set-up and started hunting for me. And I was thinking why is anybody not stopping me. They didn’t realise that the girl has just walked away. A crew member came behind me and got me back. It was a crazy day.”

“I had to listen to a lot, they told me I was irresponsible and then I broke down and Emraan Hashmi came to convince me.”

Kangana also cleared rumours about Salman Khan convincing her for “Katti Batti”.

“He (Salman) didn’t have to convince me, but he called me to tell about the script,” Kangana said.

“After ‘Queen’, I was flooded with female-centric film offers. Naturally my priority was towards movies that have me in the central character. I would not have given it a thought. but I don’t know what instincts Salman had, he is a friend and I trust him.”

The national award winner’s upcoming flick “Katti Batti” tells a story after Kangana breaks her five-year-old relationship.

Directed by Nikhil Advani and produced by Siddharth Roy Kapoor, it releases on September 18.

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