Kangana Ranaut Shared Details About Her Difficult Past To Motivate Us To Make The Most Of This Lockdown. We Are Loving This Positivity
For me, the end of 2019 was rough which is why 2020 was supposed to be the year I finally get my shit together. Had I known that 2020 would be something out of the show, I would’ve enjoyed last year a little more instead of sitting around feeling sorry for myself. That being said, I truly believe that this lockdown can be seen as a curse as well as a boon, it only depends on how you see it.
When it was implemented, I promised myself that I would make the most of this (partially free) time. Learn how to cook, take up some online courses, catch up on all the movies and hopefully one of these days convince myself to clean my wardrobe. Honestly, though, all I have done is sit around and watch Friends for the millionth time. But that doesn’t mean I don’t see these circumstances as a glass half full – well sometimes.
However, we have Queen actress Kangana Ranaut, who is currently in isolation in her house in Himachal Pradesh, urging us all to make better use of our time in lockdown.
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In a video that her team posted on Instagram, Kangana, revealed details of her past said that all bad times are actually good. Now I think she meant to say that all bad times are good because there is such a growing and learning curve attached to all bad times that they end up being lessons in themselves, which is good.
Here is what she said in the video, “This time is not bad time, do not think of it like that. Bad times are actually good times. Friends, I was 15 or 16 when I ran away from my house, and I used to feel like I could grab the stars with my hands. After I left my house, I was a film star and a drug addict within 1.5 – 2 years of it. My life was so messed up, I was with certain type of people from whom only death could have saved me. All of this happened in my life only at the time when I was only a teenager.”
She continued “At the moment a very good friend came into my life who introduced me to Yoga and gave me a book Rajayoga which have very good processes. After that I took Swami Vivekanand as my guru and under his guidance I groomed myself a lot.” She further added “I would have been lost in the crowd if those challenging times didn’t come in my life. Without the spiritual guidance, I wouldn’t have been able to develop my will-power, I wouldn’t have been able to sharpen my intellect or groom my talent or develop my emotional health.”
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A lightened up day, and an enlightening book! Kangana was captured this morning gorging on 'Death' by @sadhguru which she highly recommends for others to read. She also suggests to read the more famous counterparts, 'Inner Engineering' and 'Mystic's Musings' and make the most out of this self-quarantine period. . . . . . . #KanganaRanaut #Coronavirus #StayHomeStaySafe #Quarantine #JantaCurfew
In conclusion, she said “So, all I want to say is that make use of this time. Bad times are the only good times.”
She ran away from home to fulfil her dream but got addicted to drugs and then she fought as hard as she can to actually make something of herself. Today, Kangana is without a doubt one of our most talented actors.
Her story can be directly applied to our bleak circumstances right now. Why see the darkness of the situation when we can make the most of this time to find our passion or just learn something new that can carry us through these tough times.
Kangana, please keep spreading the positivity.