Kangana Ranaut has shared some adorable pictures with her mother along with a note on how a mother’s love is unconditional. Some of them also included his nephew Prithvi. One of the pictures shows his mother cooking several Indian dishes at their Manali home. Read also: Pooja Chopra says she hated her mother for going to work, changes story from ‘abandoned by father’ to ‘chosen by mother’
Sharing them in a video format on her Instagram stories, Kangana added Taare Zameen Par song Main Kabhi Batalata Nahi to it. He wrote, “At times I was faced with the cruel nature of relationships in this transient and transactional world… something always whispered in my ear, don’t look for the love you seek pure, divine, unconditional … it…you can’t do anything to lose it…call her and talk to her.”
Kangana often talks about her mother in her social media posts. She lives in Manali. In February, Kangana shared some pictures of her mother working in the fields. When a Twitter user highlighted this, she wrote on Twitter, “Please note that my mother is not richer than me, I come from a family of politicians, bureaucrats and businessmen. Mom has been a teacher for more than 25 years, film mafia should understand where my attitude comes from and why I can’t dance and do dirty things at weddings like them.
She revealed that her mother works in the farm for 7-8 hours every day, and doesn’t like eating out, going abroad, visiting film sets or living in Mumbai. She said that her mother scolds her when they try to force her to do any of these things.
Sharing about the values instilled in him by his mother, he said: “The film mafia has always called my attitude my arrogance, my mother taught me to survive on two breads and salt, but never beg No, they taught me not to say anything. Doesn’t go with my value system/religion.”
Kangana will now be seen in Emergency being directed by him. She will be seen as Indira Gandhi in the film. She also has Tejas in the pipeline, in which she plays an Indian Air Force officer. He has announced a few more projects like The Legend of Didda and Sita: The Avatar.