Kangana Ranaut: ‘I have been perpetually ill’
Actor Kangana Ranaut opened up about her health on Instagram, revealing that she battled several diseases within a year. She shared her struggles with Dengue, Covid, Delta, Covid-Omicron, and Covid + Swine flu.
Kangana wrote, “I had Dengue, Covid, Delta, Covid-Omicron, and Covid + Swine flu everything within the last twelve months. I have been perpetually ill.”
She expressed that it’s natural for everyone to have moments of feeling low, down, weak, and hopeless, even people who are as strong as Batman.
Kangana encouraged everyone to look forward, progress, and embrace the festival season with positivity. She added, “Chalo chalte raho aage bado.”
- Kangana will be seen as an Air Force Pilot in the film ‘Tejas’, directed by Sarvesh Mewara. It is set to release on October 20, 2023.
- She will also be seen in the sequel to the Tamil horror comedy film ‘Chandramukhi’. The release date was shifted to September 28 due to technical delays.
- Kangana is playing the role of late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in the upcoming period film ‘Emergency’.
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