It’s hard to be objective right now: Kangana Ranaut

Mumbai: Expressing her views on banning Pakistani actors in Bollywood, actress Kangana Ranaut has said that seeing the disturbed situation where Indian soldiers have lost their lives, it is hard to remain unbiased.

“Right now, we are very overwhelmed for the loss of our soldiers and it is very hard to be objective at this moment. I hope love and art will win surely but presently we can’t expect to be unbiased,” she said during a media interaction at the inauguration of MAMI Festival on Thursday.

Being a guest at the opening ceremony of the Jio MAMI 18th Mumbai Film Festival, the “Queen” actress was present to unveil the trophy.

Speaking about the film festival the actress said: “We feel very proud of MAMI festival. More than anything, it is an opportunity for us to build a film festival, which can find its place on the map of International Film Festivals.”

“I hope that happens soon. It is very important for us to spot new talents. I support MAMI team wholeheartedly and looking forward to it,” she added.

On the professional front, Kangana has completed filming for Vishal Bhardwaj’s “Rangoon”, a romantic drama set during World War II, co-starring Saif Ali Khan and Shahid Kapoor.

Besides, the 29-year-old actress has Hansal Mehta’s “Simran” and Ketan Mehta’s biopic on Rani Laxmibai as her upcoming projects.