There have been reports stating that Kangana Ranaut has contributed to the script of Hansal Mehta’s recently released film Simran. However, now we come across some interesting details about Kangana’s dialogue writing skills.
According to a story in Deccan Chronicle, a source reveals that “A lot of the dialogues that were written for other characters were finally mouthed by Kangana.” Not only that, Kangana reportedly also improvised in the lovemaking scene with the stranger she meets in a casino. She wrote the line she throws at him, “No protection, no sex.”
The source also revealed, “She improvised on the lovemaking scene and in her sexual harassment scenes. The biggest difference in the film and the script is that the film focusses entirely on Simran/Kangana, while the script balances other elements like the making of a robber, the migrant’s story and a message of unconditional love. Also, Apurva didn’t write it as a farce. It was written with humour, but he always maintained a realistic approach. While Kangana’s character is certainly entertaining, her journey is compromised, which is why we enjoyed her character and applaud the feminism Kangana has brought, but we don’t feel for her or the story.”
Well, it seems like Kangana has now become the lady perfectionist of Bollywood who also wants to involve herself in the scripting part of the film. Don’t you think so?