Kangana talks love, live-in, marriage and babies.
Do you have someone special in your life?
No, I don’t have anyone in my life as of now. I am single.
... And ready to mingle?
I am not open to dating because I am committed to my films and roles. A relationship is a lot of work. I don’t want to be unfair to someone...a relationship is like baby and you need to take care of it. I have been in this situation...when one is busy, the other person feels ignored and the relationship turns bitter. You feel the person is demanding and that you are not respected as a woman. If you are working around the clock, the relationship will die and you will regret it.
But considering how well your career is going, you may well be busy for the next 10 years!
Today, I am targeted ... people are targeting my project, my position and I don’t want to become a soft target. But after two-three films, I can take things easily.
Are you saying people are jealous of your success?
There are many people who say that. ... It is ok; it doesn’t matter. I focus on my work. I am a working woman and I am secure. But I need to cement my position and secure my future.
In Katti Batti, you have a live-in relationship. What’s your take on them?
I will get in trouble if I say something. I think live-in relationships are over-rated. I think you should be allowed your space and give space.
Do you believe in the institution of marriage?
There are marriages crumbling down so I don’t have anything great to say about it. But at some point I would like to settle down. I am looking forward to motherhood. My mum keeps telling me ‘You are 28 now, don’t you want to have a family?’