Kangana changed clothes behind rocks for 'Rangoon'

She had to change her costumes behind rocks due to lack of facilities while shooting for the periodic drama film.

Published: 24th October 2016 07:41 PM  |   Last Updated: 24th October 2016 07:41 PM   |  A+A-


Kangana Ranaut (File | PTI)


MUMBAI: National Award-winning actress Kangana Ranaut, who will be seen in filmmaker Vishal Bhardwajs "Rangoon", says she used to change her costumes behind rocks due to lack of facilities while shooting for the periodic drama film.

During her appearance on actress Neha Dhupia's show "#NoFilterNeha", Kangana talked about some of the weird situation that she had to go through while shooting for her films.

She said that while shooting for "Queen", she used to change costumes at cafes in Europe. Something similar happened while she was shooting for "Rangoon" in Arunachal Pradesh.

"That happens all the time. When you're thrown out of your comfort zone, initially its intimidating. It doesn't really matter if you're a star or not a star," Kangana said.

"It just depends on the kind of project that you choose. For example, for ‘Rangoon', we were taken to these remote valleys of Arunachal Pradesh. There were literally no villages, nothing, not even rest rooms." 

"I was p**ing behind rocks, changing behind rocks. My own people would just cover me. Everyone was, so was Shahid (Kapoor). There was nothing, so what do you do?" she added.

The episode of "#NoFilterNeha" featuring Kangana will be aired on Saavn on Tuesday.

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