'Kehti Ho Aasmaan Ek Dhoka Hai...': Kangana Ranaut pens down heartfelt poem titled 'Aasmaan' amid lockdown | Watch
New Delhi | Jagran Entertainment Desk: Kangana Ranaut is one among those Bollywood actors who had started from scratch. Hailing from a small town with no fancy B-town links, she stood over the piles of her achievements, growing solitary and strong.
Apart from her effortless, charm and versatile acting Kangana has proved her mettle in several other fields of art such as a writer in Queen and Simran and as a director in Manikarnika. This time, Kangana has come up with poetry. Recently, Kangana Ranaut's team took to Twitter to release a poetic video created and written by the actress which titled -- Aasmaan.
The official handled of Team Kangana wrote on Twitter, "#KanganaRanaut reveals another treasure from her innumerable talents. #AasmaanbyKangana has been penned and directed by her, and is truly food for thought in these testing times.#mondaythoughts."
#KanganaRanaut reveals another treasure from her innumerable talents. #AasmaanbyKangana has been penned and directed by her, and is truly food for thought in these testing times.#mondaythoughts pic.twitter.com/WXGwKtgGV9— Team Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) May 18, 2020
These days Kangana is living with her family in Manali and the video has been shot at her residence. In the poem, Kangana compares love with the deepness of the sky, adding it with the elements of perfect oration and spellbound expression makes the essence of the words all the way more thoughtful.
As Kangana writes, "Kehti Ho Aasmaan Ek Dhoka Hai, Mujhe Mehsus Kar, Meri Mohabatt, Jo Kbhi Gaya Hi Nahi, Ussr Dhundh Paaoge Kaise? Explaining how the sky somewhere reflects our self."
The actress had started her career at the age of 16 when she ran away from her house in Himachal and came to Delhi to pursue modelling. Soon after that she started her training with theatre director Arvind Gaur and headed towards acting. Kangana made her Bollywood debut in 2006 with the movie Gangster and bagged the Filmfare award for the best debut female. Ever since the very beginning, she has been a strong lady, be it bluntly talking about nepotism or taking a stiff political stand she never stepped back.
Posted By: Aalok Sensharma