She says, "I went to Tirupati last week with my brother and sister, for the first time since coming to Mumbai. We go to Vaishno Devi more often. But when I came to Mumbai, people kept telling me to visit the Tirupati Balaji temple. I wanted to, for many years now, but work commitments kept coming in the way. I was determined to go this time around. The trip was hectic and stressful but worth it. I loved my experience there. He (Balaji) is so powerful."
Kangana was keen on divine intervention for her film Tanu Weds Manu. "It's a film that is very special to me. I had a close brush with death and almost lost my leg while shooting for the film so I have literally given my blood, sweat and tears for it. It's a film that's like my special child. I had gone to seek blessings for the film at Tirupati
“About parallels with her character in TWM, she says, "I feel I am Tanu in many ways. I too come from a small town like her, am rebellious and suffer a cultural conflict. I feel this is my best work so far and a far cry from the traumatised characters I have played in my earlier films."