The Queen (2014) actress who has openly spoken against nepotism, favouritism, wants to give new comers a chance with her upcoming production house
Kangana Ranaut has long been hailed for raising her voice against nepotism and favouritism in the film industry. She hasn’t shied away from taking on industry big wigs like Karan Johar. Practice what you what preach. Kangana Ranaut will walk the talk as the Queen (2014) actress has ruled out starring in films from her upcoming production house.
The Manikarnika: Queen of Jhansi (2019) actress has made her intention clear that she wants to give break to new talents. Ranaut’s production house is expected to roll in early 2020 with the actress said to have been offered many scripts.
“My office will be ready by January. Simultaneously, we are readying our projects. There are so many good scripts that come my way and the [makers] want me to feature in them. But there is so much new talent that needs to be given a platform. It’s important that these powerful scripts don’t get lost and make it to the big screen”, Ranaut said in a statement.
Ranaut’s production house will enjoy her brand value but the young producer is keen to begin with content orientated low budget films.
“I want to [back] a few small films and see how that goes. Eventually, I may do something on a bigger level. We will also venture into digital entertainment,” added Ranaut.
Ranaut will next be seen in Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari’s Panga.