Kangana Ranaut recalls growing up in Bollywood as a teenager as she shares a throwback BTS video from her ‘Fashion’ days |

Kangana Ranaut received immense love and appreciation from the audience and the critics alike for her brilliant performance in Madhur Bhandarkar‘s ‘Fashion’.

The actress recently recalled her days shooting for the film as a teenager in the industry. She says when she looks back she doesn’t feel any difference as she was always an old soul.
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In the BTS video, Kangana can be seen shooting for ‘Fashion’ and even talking about her character in the film.She captioned it, ‘Throwback to this lovely video of me literally growing up in the industry as a teenager with so many talented people around but when I look back I don’t feel any different as I was always an old soul… But here in the throwback BTS I hardly around like a 17 year olf kid that I was…’

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Earlier, in an interview with ETimes, Kangana spoke about if she anticipated all the appreciation she received for the film. She said, “After ‘Gangster’, ‘Metro’ and ‘Wo Lamhe’, I was very hungry for something more. Those were all lead roles in female-centric films and in ‘Fashion’, I had a small supporting role. I look back and see myself as a teenager, I am like ‘I am such a dynamite of energy that I wanted to do so much’. I think I just packed everything into what little time that I got. So for me, it’s been amazing that I got a National Award for that but to be honest, I didn’t expect it. I have also done even stronger performances like ‘Gangster’ and ‘Wo Lamhe’ before that which didn’t get me a National Award and this suddenly got me the award. More than that, from a parallel cinema, I came into mainstream cinema. People started to recognise me all across the country. It was not that I was just a side actress, it was not that for me anymore, it changed my league altogether.”
The film also starred Priyanka Chopra and Mugdha Godse in lead roles.

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