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Kangana Ranaut expressed concern about the identity crisis, saying the fear of identity loss

 

Emergency: Kangana Ranaut has long been in the headlines for her upcoming movie, Emergency. These days the actress is busy shooting for her film. The actress often shares with fans the moments captured during the filming of her movie. Recently, Kangana photographed the character from the movie “Emergency” and revealed her fear of losing her identity.

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Kangana wrote a long note

In fact, a while ago, Kangana shared 2 photos from her Insta account. In the first picture, Kangana sits in front of the camera as Indira Gandhi in “Emergency”. At the same time, in the second picture, Kangana poses in a pink dress. Sharing these pictures, the actress wrote a long note in the caption. Kangana wrote: “Today is a break day, I don’t call it a break, I call it a break day. With such empty beats you wonder where you lost yourself nothing is left in you like you.

Kangana immersed in character

Kangana continued, “You look at your pictures like a stranger and wonder if you’ll ever be the same. The truth is, once you have one, you can never be the same. As the character is added, he always will be stay.” on your soul like a sign on your soul, like the darkness of the night, like the glow of the moon, like a feeling you can’t hold, like a million bright suns, the dizzying heights of the mountains and like the suffocating depths of the ocean, a character will be there regardless of you..#Emergency’.

Kangana is set to play Prime Minister Indira Gandhi

In response to this post by Kangana, Anupam Kher wrote in the comment, “You wrote it very well, any good actor is recognized by what you write… hai ho”. Apart from that, Kangana shared a photo on her Insta story and spoke of an identity crisis. In the film “Emergency,” Kangana will play and direct the role of former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. It will be a historical drama. It shows the emergency situation in the country that began on June 25, 1975.

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