Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut is known for her political rhetoric more than her films nowadays. The self-proclaimed nationalist actress on Tuesday remembered her guru on Swami Vivekanand's birth anniversary.
Kangana on Tuesday took to Twitter to paid a tribute to Swami Vivekananda and expressed how Vivekanand's teachings helped her in a time when she had no hope.
"When I was lost you found me, when I had no where to go you held my hand, when I was disillusioned by the world had no hope you gave me purpose. There is no being no God higher than you my Guru, you own every bit of my being.... #NationalYouthDay #SwamiVivekanandJayant," Kangana wrote.
Earlier, the actress had shared her displeasure about the growing number of cases against her.
"Another day another case, various political parties investing in me like I am some minister, every day I face political slandering, legal battles and opposition without having the support system/ resources of a politician, even though my only love is cinema but I might have to," she had shared.
On the work front, Kangana has started preparing for her next film, "Dhaakad". Recently, she met Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and she is expecting her upcoming movie Dhakad to be released tax-free in Madhya Pradesh.