Film Director Hansal Mehta narrates his painful ordeal of working with Kangana Ranaut
Film Director Hansal Mehta has recently narrated his painful ordeal of working with Queen actress Kangana Ranaut. The ordeal talks about Mehta's film 'Simran' which was released in 2017 and starred Kangana as the protagonist and terms the time as 'painful.'
In an interview with Huffington Post India, Mehta called the film an "unnecessary aberration" in his career.
Adding more to it, Mehta said it is a memory which he doesn't like to revisit even, he sometimes wished he never made the film.
Although, he cleared the air that he holds no bitterness for his lead star, Kangana, and even enjoyed her company off the sets, however, on-set it was a different story. He said that Kangana "completely took charge of the set and began directing other actors."
After the release of the film, he went through some monetary troubles and claimed that the film affected his mental health for which he had therapeutic sessions, Mehta added.
Despite his experience with the actress, he says he has "no ill feelings" and is even open to the possibility of working with her again.
"Kangana, everything aside, is a good actor. She's a fantastic actor. So who knows? Tomorrow there might be something and we might want to make a film together. Bitterness is pointless," he said.