To the question, Kangana said, “We all have been concerned with the way things are going. I am not a director and have never been through that process but my friends seem extremely disturbed with the way things are. In fact, they feel bullied. They know there is a process of certification. But the thing is, we don’t need to have that parental attitude towards audiences that we have to protect them.”
“This reminds me of a particular incident in my movie Queen. There is a scene where my bra is on the bed… One day my director called me and said that censor board asked to blur it. We had put a lot of work on that bra. It was flown abroad all the way from Lajpath Nagar. So, we were shocked. Why do we see it as a danger to society? A woman’s bra is not a danger to society!,” she added.
“We need our own creative freedom and we are pressed against the wall. There is so much outrage… I hope that it will be addressed and I hope that there won’t be such incidences in the future,” said Kangana.
Those are a queen’s words! Well said!