Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut who is set to play the role of mother in her upcoming movie ‘Panga’ remarked that being a child is good enough to understand a mother.
She also stated that her performance in the movie is dedicated to her mother Asha Ranaut.
Rangoli Chandel, sister and spokesperson of the ‘Queen’ actor, shared a tweet sharing Ranaut’s thoughts on how she executes the role of a mother so well in the movie.
“I asked Kangana how come she knows all the emotions and conflicts of a mother so well, she is so convincing as a mom, she said to know a mother you don’t have to be a mother you just have to be a child, ‘Panga’ is a performance from her dedicated to our mom Asha Ranaut .... ,” Chandel tweeted.
Bankrolled by Fox Star Studios, the 32-year-old actor will be playing the role of a mother in the upcoming sports drama.
The makers of the movie dropped the trailer of the much-anticipated movie earlier that saw Ranaut as Jaya Nigam, who once was the Captain of the Indian Kabaddi Team but now is a housewife working in the railway department. She realises that no one recognises her as a former Kabaddi player and in order to find her lost identity, she plans to make a comeback as a professional player.
Punjabi singer Jassie Gill is seen playing the role of a supportive husband, who accompanies her in the ups and downs in the journey of the comeback. In the movie, Richa Chaddha is seen playing an essential role. Veteran actor Neena Gupta can be seen essaying the role of her mother.
Helmed by Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari, ‘Panga’ is set to hit the big screens on January 24 in India.