Kangana Ranaut reveals why she flee from home at age 15

Bollywood actress recalled her father's ill treatment with her that led her to become 'Baaghi'

In order to ‘break free,’ Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut turned to social media on Sunday to explain the kind of relationship she shared with her father and what lengths she would go to.

Previously, she had broken silence on running away from home at a tender age to work as a star which led to deteriorating her relationship with her family.

She recalled her memories as a teenager and described that her father has “licensed rifle and guns” and he never really scolded her instead, “he roared” that even her “ribs trembled”.

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Moreover, she divulged that when her father was in college, he was famous for gang wars in his college which gave him a reputation of a gunda (gangster)”.

The actress continued to reminisce that she “fought with him at 15 and left home,” and “became first Baaghi Rajput woman at 15.”

In the following tweet, she said, “This chillar (worthless) industry thinks success got to my head and they can fix me, I was always Baaghi its”.

And bragged about how famous she has become that “only after success my voice got stronger and today I am one of the most prominent voices in the nation. History is a witness whoever tired to fix me I fixed them instead.”

She also shared her father’s old photo and captioned it “My papa he wanted to make me the best doctor in the world, he thought he was being a revolutionary papa by giving me education in best institutions,”

The Ranaut added that “when I refused to go to school he tried to slap me I held his hand and famously told him “ if you slap me I will slap you back”.

It should be noted that Kangna Ranaut has been in the limelight for her infamous stance regarding farmers’ protest in India and her tall claims about herself. She also made a futile attempt to mock famous American singer Rihanna when her tweet sparked a heated debate regarding Modi’s government’s lack of a humane attitude towards Indian farmers’ protest.

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