Pakistani Showbiz

Kangana Ranaut increases her charge


Kangana Ranaut has increased her charge. According to media reports now she will charge rupees 24 crore for her work in any film. It means that now she is the highest paid actress in the Indian Showbiz industry.

It may be recalled that in the recent past she remained a very busy and successful celebrity in the Indian film world. Her film ‘Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi’ in which historical facts were shown was one of the most focused films by the public and the media.

She was also appreciated for making an academic type film that was telling so many pages of the subcontinent history to the new generation. Another important thing with reference to this film was that before releasing it four historians were hired to verify the contents presented in the film.

The film made a good business in spite of the event that another film was released on the same day. Kangana was herself the director of the film along with another director, Radha Krishna Jagarlamudi.

Main character too was performed by herselfKangana, born on 23 March 1987, is the person who has made her career with  her own struggle without any support in contrast to some other stars who enter the showbiz or any other field with the identity of their father,mother or some other elder.

When we glance over the biography of this celebrity, we find that she faced very hard days and then struggled in several fields to make her living and also to adopt a suitable profession as a permanent career for  her life. Her elders were ambitious to make her a doctor.

She also studied and tried for it but after failure in a subject and becoming unable to adopt that career, she reconsidered his future program. She became model, worked in a theater, worked as a dress designer and as an actress.

Now she is a very successful person in showbiz field and is one of the highest paid celebrities in the Indian film industry. She has also won several prestigious awards for her excellent performance in her several  films. 



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