Kangana Ranaut
Kangana Ranaut to feature as Rani Laxmibai in Ketan Mehta's next. Pictured: Kangana RanautVarinder Chawla

Kangana Ranaut has been in news recently for her legal battle with Hrithik Roshan and ex boyfriend Adhyayan Suman's shocking allegations against her. The actress has now opened up during an interview with NDTV and has made some bold statements.

While recent leaked emails from Kangana's email ID to Hrithik's ID suggested that the actress was in an imaginary relationship with the "Mohenjo Daro" actor, her former boyfriend Adhyayan alleged that she used to practice black magic on him and used to add "impure blood" (suggesting menstrual blood) to his food.

When asked to comment on the series of shocking allegations, Kangana said: "It doesn't upset me when people call me names and talk about my period blood. We women have been defending ourselves from way too long. These are thousand years old weapons that are still used against women. When they are jealous of a woman's success, she goes on to become a psychopath and if she is sexually active she becomes a whore. I don't find anything humiliating when they call me a psychopath, a witch or a whore."

Adhyayan also said that Kangana used to abuse him, physically and mentally. However, the actress has denied the allegation. "As far as physical violence is concerned, apart from one incident, hitting a man with my stiletto, I have never gone down to raise my hand on anyone because I feel when you can kill them with your sarcasm or success, why use your hands?"

However, she said that there were days when she felt broken and weak. "There have been moments when I just randomly keep breaking down, I feel cornered, I really feel targeted. But then there are cupcakes (laughs)," Kangana said when asked if she is always strong and bold like she presents herself.

When asked if she has any regrets in life, Kangana said: "Not really. It has been quite a roller coaster but I feel that I am on the right track because my journey was not from Bandra to Juhu, but it was from a remote village in Manali to where I am today. This is an extra ordinary journey."

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