The controversies for Kangana are never ending as always into a mire of trouble thanks to her blunt and brash tweets, now even her contemporary ace actress Swara takes a sly dig at Kangana in her recent interview.
This is nothing new for the controversy’s favorite child Kangana as she always finds one way or another to target Bollywood and is always in limelight because of her bold and fearless social media antics especially twitter tweets that land her in trouble each time and after Diljit, now Swara takes sly dig at Kangana in her recent interview.
Swara in her recent interview with a leading news wire agency, took an indirect jibe at her Tanu Weds Manu (2011) co-star Kangana Ranaut and was quoted saying, “We Really Need To Rethink The Statement That One Has To Be A Great Human Being To Be A Great Artist”.
From the above mentioned quote she meant that being a great nuanced actor doesn’t really mean that you are a great human being as well in reality.
From past few weeks, Kangana has been in limelight yet again thanks to her controversial tweet of the old woman on twitter that angered Diljit and he roasted her brutally without any bad words in Punjabi leading to the ugliest and dirtiest social media war of words between Kangana and Diljit on Twitter where, then we also that later how actors and singers from Pollywood and bollywood film industry started slamming and bashing her for insensitive tweet against the elderly old woman during the ongoing farmers protest in Delhi.
During a latest interview, Swara said that being a great actor doesn’t really mean that you are a great human being as well. Throwing more emphasis on same, she said, “I think it has nothing to do with Kangana in specific. Yes, in past we had our share of arguments but I think we really need to rethink that statement that one has to be a great human being to be a great artist. We often make this mistake that just because a person is playing a character on screen that is enduring and heroic and because they are great with their craft and are talented, they are the same in real life. No, that does not necessarily mean that they are great human beings in real life. That does not mean that all the heroic quality of an on-screen character is there in the actor, who is performing it”.
Furthermore, Swara also added, “There is nothing further from the truth. Acting is a profession like any other. A doctor, an engineer, or a teacher could be great at their jobs, (but that) does not mean they are great human beings, too. I, for instance, was a fan of a particular author because of his writing. When I met him in person, I think he is one of the most obnoxious person I have come across. But he is a great writer. So, your craft is not who you are as an individual. Whether you are a dancer, singer, actor, writer, or photographer, you have to have talent, training and skill, and you have to know your craft. That may not be the reflection of your personality”.