‘FILMS COME AND FILMS GO’

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With a fair share of strug­gle gle and a string of Bol­ly­wood ood hits be­hind her, Kan­gana

Ra­naut (right) can safely say that the roles she is of­fered make all the dif­fer­ence. “Films come and films go, what lasts is the work you get. And, it’s only now that I’m get­ting very good op­por­tu­ni­ties. A film might only work for a week­end or run for six week­ends straight, but what re­ally mat­ters is the time you give to a pro­ject,” says Kan­gana. “Over the years, there are dif­fer­ent peo­ple you meet, dif­fer­ent ex­pe­ri­ences that come your way — all these things help you evolve,” adds the 28-year-old.

We caught up with Kan­gana at the re­cently-con­cluded cou­ture week in the Cap­i­tal, where she walked for de­signer Manav Gang­wani, so a ques­tion about ramp-in­duced nerves was in­evitable. The ac­tor, who had strug­gled with the train of her gown and tripped dur­ing a fash­ion week fi­nale last year, said she was ner­vous this time too. “Did you see that run­way? It was a re­ally long walk! I was very ner­vous, es­pe­cially be­cause the gown was so heavy, it was hard to walk. I was just hop­ing I don’t trip or mess it up ... but in the end, it all just worked out,” she con­cluded.

Ac­tor Kan­gana Ra­naut says that it’s the amount of time that she puts in a pro­ject that mat­ters the

most to her

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