After Silly Ex Jibe, Kangana Ranaut Hints That Hrithik Roshan Broke Her Trust

Imran Asif Fazal |Jul 03, 2019

During the trailer launch of "Judgemental Hai Kyaa" Kangana Ranaut boldly answered questions asked by media persons and also took a dig on Bollywood industry.

Kangana Ranaut after her silly ex jibe on actor Hrithik Roshan once again took another dig on him during the trailer launch of Judgemental Hai Kya. 

Dressed in a bold avatar, Kangana Ranaut took questions from media persons and boldly answered them one by one. The question was raised on Kangana when one of the media people asked her about the trailer which reads Trust No One.

Kangana Ranaut during trailer launch of Judgementall Hai Kya in Mumbai.
Kangana Ranaut during trailer launch of "Judgemental Hai Kya" in Mumbai.

Kangana Ranaut was asked if anyone has broken her trust and what measures she takes now to keep it intact. The media person also asked about Hrithik Roshan's upcoming release Super 30 clashing with her movie Judgemental Hai Kya to which Kangana replied, "Sawaal mein hi jawaab!" and laughed.

She hinted at the Super 30 actor Hrithik Roshan breaking her trust. She also cleared that her film is not clashing with Super 30. 

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Kangana Ranaut further said, "As a young woman or man, you would go through a lot of experiences... To keep the ability to continue to trust people is a very healthy way. You will be completely finished without that ability if you don't trust people or have faith in life or have constant insecurity of being betrayed. To keep that ability to trust, be honest and to be able to revive yourself every day is very important."

"I do a lot to keep that ability on a very high scale. If as a kid, I left my home without any sort of security, you can imagine how high that ability of trust I had, growing up. It is the reason for my success," she added.

When asked if Kangana Ranaut fears getting hurt due to broken trust, she said,  "I have a lot of faith in people. I don't mind getting hurt. It's okay to get hurt but in the anticipation of getting hurt, to hurt people is wrong."


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