Actress Kangana Ranaut says life has not changed much after winning a National Film Award for her performance in “Queen”. But she admits that people are now showing faith in her and she is getting offers from big directors for more women-centric films.
She finds it “amazing”.
“After my second National Award, it is not that something has changed in my life (literally), but yes it is a landmark in my career. People have now started believing in me,” Kangana said here Thursday at an event to meet and greet her fans of a campaign done by a popular website.
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“I am getting lot of offers from big directors for female-centric films and they are the ones whom I wanted to work with always,” she added.
Kangana had earlier won a Best Supporting Actress National Film Award for “Fashion”. She is excited about the fact that at an early age of 28, she has two National Awards in her kitty.
“I do appreciate the fact that at the age of 28, I have won two National Awards. That means a lot to me,” Kangana said.
Meanwhile, as of now, Kangana is busy with her upcoming films, “Tanu Weds Manu Returns” and “Katti Batti”. She has also pocketed a biopic on late Indian screen icon Meena Kumari recently.