Kangana Ranaut has said that there are a lot of people in the film industry who are waiting to see her fail. Call it a kind of paranoia but Kangana is convinced that this is the reality.
"I do feel there are people waiting for me to fail," Kangana told PTI in an interview. "That there are people who are waiting to prove to themselves that she's not a real deal, to make themselves feel better. My failure is important to them," she added.
She said while a certain section will look at her in a particular light but her world view is extremely positive and she wouldn't change that. "Even though I can realise or feel, I can never be like them or feel through them. I understand their cynicism but I can never be them. Personally, I've never waited for anyone to fail. That's why I think I could do what I did in my life. I have an inherent positivity in me. I praise everyone regardless of who they are or what they think of me is actually something I live by. I'm not a double-faced person. What others feel I'm not concerned about that," she added.
Kangana is currently gearing up for the release of her ambitious epic-drama Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi. The actor underwent a rigorous and "exhaustive" physical and emotional exercise to tap into the character of Rani Lakshmibai, one of the key leaders in the Indian Rebellion of 1857.