"I am a self-made person. Whatever I have achieved till date, I have struggled a lot for it," the actress says.
The success of "Queen" has catapulted Kangana Ranaut to the big league, but the "self-made" actress who has quite a few given good films in her eight-year career, says she is only trying to make my own identity.

"I have been struggling from the last eight years and where I have reached today, I am still not the flavour of the season and I don't aspire to be one. I do my job honestly. I do different kind of work and I am trying to make my own identity," she says.

From her first film "Gangster - A Love Story" to "Woh Lamhe", "Life...in a Metro", "Fashion" and "Tanu Weds Manu", the diva proved her mettle whenever she faced the camera.

But the success of Vikas Bahl directed ‘Queen’, which has collected about Rs.50 crore at the domestic box-office, is like an icing on the cake.

When asked about being called the ‘Queen’ of Bollywood Kangana says, " 'Queen of Bollywood' is tag, which is given to different actresses every month, so I don't want any such tag.”

Kangana, who won Nation Award for best supporting actress for her portrayal of a troubled model in “Fashion”, will next be seen in the lead in ‘Revolver Rani’, releasing on April 25. Reportedly, she has alsp replace Vidya Balan in Sujoy Ghosh’s upcoming film Durga Rani Singh.

(JPN/Agencies)

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