I want to start a family, five years down the line: Kangana Ranaut

Several of Kangana Ranaut's statements recently have made rounds of headlines � be it on Hrithik Roshan or her comments regarding nepotism while on Koffee With Karan.

I want to start a family, five years down the line: Kangana Ranaut

Kangana Ranaut is gearing up for her next big release, Vishal Bharadwaj’s Rangoon, co-starring Shahid Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan.

In an interview with indianexpress.com, the 30-year-old got candid about the film, her friends in Bollywood and plans of settling down.

Several of Kangana Ranaut's statements recently have made rounds of headlines — be it on Hrithik Roshan or her comments regarding nepotism while on Koffee

With Karan.

Responding to controversies and why nothing affects her, she said, "The industry is not ready for women who speak their mind. At no point I feel that I am misunderstood, I just speak up and I am perceived differently. And I don’t blame anyone. I cannot expect people to see me the way I see myself, they will see me the way they want to. But that doesn’t affect me. When I have a difficult day in particular I just take a long hot bath and end my day."

When asked whom she considers her friends in the industry, Kangana said, “I have a lot of friends, but none from the industry.”

When asked where she sees herself five years down the line, the national award winning actress said, "I want to start a family! And I want to become a director. I don’t have a knack for production, but I definitely want to direct films. And I want to act, I want to do many different kinds of cinema and portray many different roles."

Talking about Rangoon she said, "Rangoon is a very special film for me, and Julia’s character is very close to my heart. I think every girl would relate to her. Vishal Bhardwaj has tried to make a beautiful film with a bold and beautiful backdrop on a huge scale. I have trained myself to become as close as I can to Julia’s character. Julia is from a time when the industry was crude and theatrical."