Bollywood actress Kangna Ranaut who will soon be seen gracing the big screen with the movie Queen, claimed that Bollywood is a difficult place for heroines and it is obvious for actresses to feel a little insecure in the industry.
"It's natural to be insecure in an industry where scores of beautiful young girls get into everyday. It's a difficult place," said Kangna who claimed a national award for the film Fashion. Kangna's upcoming movie Queen is scheduled to release on March 7 and she says that she was lucky to have more creative input in Queen than any Bollywood actress can usually has.
She further added that she always tries to achieve new heights by breaking the limits. "I want to grow and learn as much as I can. I don't want to limit myself to just a pretty little heroine. I want to be remembered by all even when I get old," asserted the bold and beautiful lady.
Sharing her views on failures, the 26 year old actress said, "Failures do have an impact but that's never permanent. It's like a weekend thing that you need to deal with and move forward."
Kangna made her debut in Bollywood in 2006 with a leading role in Gangster. Later, she was seen in Fashion as a bold and ambitious supermodel for which she fetched a national award and since then she claimed a slot in the list of top Bollywood heroines. In her upcoming movie Queen, Kangna will be seen as a girl from a conservative background who eventually bunks her marriage in quest for self-discovery.
Apart from Queen, Kangna currently is enjoying good number of movie offers in the near future including Revolver Rani, Unglee, Power and Dhamaal 2.