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Kangana Ranaut

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Kangana Ranaut; Born March 23, 1987 is an Indian actor and film director working in Hindi films.

Following the success of Queen and Tanu Weds Manu Return, Deccan Chronicle categorized her as "one of the most paid actresses in the industry," and Daily News and Analysis said she was one of Bollywood's highest paid actresses. Reported injuries. Ranaut was named on the annual Celebrity 100 list for 2012, 2014-2017 and 2019 by Forbes India. In 2017, Forbes is one of the highest actresses in the United States with an annual salary of $320 million ($4.5 million). . Also that year, she was one of the two actresses on The Indian Express's list of the most powerful Indians.

In a TV interview conducted by Anupama Chopra, Ranaut's remarks against Bollywood's gender bias and kinship spread online, so Tehelka's Sunaina Kumar wrote: Honest. Ranaut suffered an open fallout with filmmaker Karan Johar during her appearance on a chat show in 2017, accusing him of kinship. She has since continued to oppose kinship in the industry.

Born in Bambla, the small town of Himachal Pradesh, Ranaut initially eager to become a doctor at the request of her parents. Determined to build her own career path, she moved to Delhi at the age of 16, where she briefly became a model. Trained by theater director Arvind Gaur, Ranaut made her feature debut in the 2006 thriller Gangster, winning the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut. In the dramas Woh Lamhe (2006), Life in a ... Metro (2007), Fashion (2008), he was praised for acting as an emotional character. Finally, he won the National Film Awards for Best Supporting Actress.

Ranaut followed the success of Tanu Weds Manu and played short and charming roles in four other films in 2011: Game, Double Dhamaal, Rascals and Miley Naa Miley Hum. Except for Double Dhamaal, none of these films performed well. In a review of Rascals, critic Gaurav Malani wrote, "Kangana Ranaut is comfortable in comedy. She struggles to keep herself and appears as a bimbo in her acting." Ranaut later said that he produced some of these films due to the lack of film offerings. The following year, Ranaut played a supporting role as opposed to Ajay Devgan in Priyadarshan's action thriller Tezz, another box office flop.

According to Bollywood Hungama, Ranaut was looking for a "emotionally less tired" project for her after gaining a reputation for portraying neurotic characters. Her first release in 2011 was Tanu Weds Manu by Anand L. Rai, a romantic comedy as opposed to R. Madhavan, which Ranaut considers her to be a "game changer." Rai said she had cast her in a role to explain that the actor could play a different role and that her character in the film was different from what she had previously played. Ranaut's performance was praised, but there was a mixture of critical reactions to the film. Rajeev Masand said, "Kangana Ranaut is a delightful surprise in the playful and playful part we haven't seen her before. She takes on the challenge, but her erratic conversational delivery has sometimes hindered her." Ranaut has been nominated for Best Actress in several awards, including Screen and Zee Cine.

Ranaut won the National Film Awards twice in a row for the Naive Woman in the comedy drama Queen (2014), and has a double role in the comedy sequel Tanu Weds Manu: Returns (2015). I got a Hindi movie led by a woman. Then she starred in a series of commercial failures, excluding the co-directed venture film Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi (2019), where she played the title warrior.

Ranaut is recognized in the press as one of America's most well-dressed celebrities. Known outrightly known in the media, the opinions she voiced, along with frequent reports of her personal and professional relationships, were often controversial.

In 2014, journalist Parmita Uniyal, who analyzed Ranaut's career, noted that she "loves challenging challenging roles and can add a different dimension to her character every time." A reviewer at Rediff.com described her as a "director's actor" who can "shine and fall under the right/wrong map". Anand L Rai (director of Tanu Weds Manu) says Ranaut is actively pursuing a role that "work in her own space and cannot be a mere prop in male-dominated Bollywood". Together with actor Vidya Balan, Ranaut was credited with leading a movement to break the stereotypes of Hindi movie heroines by playing the protagonist in films where the well-known male star did not appear.

In his book Acting Smart: Your Ticket to Showbiz, Tisca Chopra describes Ranaut as a "free and original" person who "can't really fit into a certain framework". Ranaut is particularly known for being open to the public on issues ranging from cinema to feminism.

Ranaut has won three National Film Awards: Best Supporting Actress in Fashion (2008), Best Actress in Queen (2014), and Tanu Weds Manu Returns (2015). She has also won four Filmfare Awards: Best Female Debut for Gangster (2006), Best Supporting Actress for Fashion, Best Actress for Queen, Best Actress – Critics for Tanu Weds Manu Returns. In 2020, Ranaut was awarded Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award from the Government of India for her contribution to the arts.

Ranaut was born on March 23, 1987 in the Rajput family in Bhambla (now Surajpur), a small town in the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh. Her mother Asha Ranaut is a school teacher and her father Amardeep Ranaut is a businesswoman. She has an older sister Rangoli Chandel who works as her manager and younger brother Akshat as of 2014. Her great-grandfather, Sarju Singh Ranaut, was a legislator and her grandfather was an officer in the Indian administrative services. She was raised in the co-family of her ancestor Haveli (mansion) in Bhambla and described her childhood as "simple and happy".

Ranaut said she struggled during her early years in the film industry because she wasn't ready to become an actress. She recognized her lack of English proficiency and struggled to “fit”.

Having won several awards, including three National Film Awards and four Filmfare Awards, she has appeared six times on Forbes India's Celebrity 100 list. In 2020, the Indian government awarded her Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian merchant in India.

Ranaut appeared in the commercially successful films Raaz: The Mystery Continues (2009) and Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai (2010), but she was criticized for being typeset in a neurotic role. The comical role opposite R. Madhavan in Tanu Weds Manu (2011) was well received, but a short, glamorous role followed in the film that later failed to advance her career. It changed in 2013 when she played the mutant in one of the highest-grossing Indian films, the sci-fi film Krrish 3.

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