Kangana Ranaut spills the beans on her next directorial project; more details here | Memsaab.com

After making a spectacular directorial debut with Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi, Kangana Ranaut has closed her next venture as a Director. After a lot of consideration, Kangana has finally locked a script for her next directorial, an epic action drama which is based on a real-life story.

The film will be mounted on a large scale, but will be different from any other epic that has been made in recent times.

The film will be mounted on a large scale, but will be different from any other epic that has been made in recent times.
In This Image: Kangana Ranaut
Speaking on the development, she said, “I’m on the verge of announcing my next directorial venture. It’s an action film — an epic drama. It has taken a lot of my time. Currently, we are putting everything in order, but we have locked the script. We’ll be doing a photoshoot, soon after, which we plan to release the poster, too.”
 

While speaking about the film, Kangana admitted that procuring higher budgets for a female lead can be an issue.

While speaking about the film, Kangana admitted that procuring higher budgets for a female lead can be an issue.
In This Image: Kangana Ranaut
However, considering how Manikarnika broke several records at the Box office, including Highest ever single day for a woman led film, biggest ever opening weekend for a woman led film, and also marked 3rd 100 crore plus film for Kangana, she feels confident that getting budgets shouldn’t be a challenge.

Kangana wrapped up the shoot of Panga in Delhi last evening and will resume shooting in Kolkata. Apart from Panga, she also has Mental Hai Kya and Jayalalithaa biopic in her kitty.

Kangana wrapped up the shoot of Panga in Delhi last evening and will resume shooting in Kolkata. Apart from Panga, she also has Mental Hai Kya and Jayalalithaa biopic in her kitty.
In This Image: Kangana Ranaut
She remarked, “There are a lot of great stories to be told and actresses today are bringing a lot of business, too. I’m happy with the way Manikarnika worked for me — as an actor and also as a director. Now is the right time to start work on my second directorial project.”