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Some lesser known facts about Kangana Ranaut

Here are a few rare facts about Kangana Ranaut,

Kangana Ranaut’s mother, Asha, was a Sanskrit teacher and her father is a businessmen.

Kangana studied Science but wanted to quit at the age of 15 & pursue sculpting, for which her father slapped her for the first time.

After a showdown with her father, she left home without any money. She lived with her best friend, Jaspreet, in Delhi and started off with modelling. She also did theatre with the Asmita theatre group.

After a showdown with her father, she left home without any money. She lived with her best friend, Jaspreet, in Delhi and started off with modelling. She also did theatre with the Asmita theatre group.

Her first role was that of a male character, as one of the members for the play fell sick and Kangana was the choice for playing the character on stage.

While she was staying alone, her father came and gave her Rs 50,000 so that she could take care of herself. However, Kangana did not accept the money and feels that it scarred her relationship with her father.

Before turning 30, she would like to live in different countries and places and would like to live a gypsy life “to get a sense and rhythm of life.”

She doesn’t like watching television and she has watched only 10 movies till date. She would rather read books and listen to music for hours.

Because of the kissing scene in Gangster, her grandfather asked her to drop the surname.

Kangana has a strong emotional bond with sister Rangoli, who was a victim of an unfortunate acid attack. Kangana was quoted as saying that she looked after Rangoli and got her treated at the best places.

Kangana Ranaut had been pursuing a scriptwriting course in New York and was the co-writer for the dialogue of her blockbuster film, Queen. While studying in the US, Kangana Ranaut led a very normal life. She cooked for herself, did her own laundry and used the subways. She had to leave the course halfway due to her film commitments.