Individual loss is not my concern right now: Kangana Ranaut on film delays due to Coronavirus outbreak
The actor shared her thoughts on the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on the economy
Kangana Ranaut recently appeared for a television interview to talk about the coronavirus crisis. The actor, who is presently at her home in Manali, shared her thoughts via video conference on the ongoing situation.
When asked how the industry is helping daily wage workers to cope with losses, Kangana said, "We all are doing our bit and also donating for this. Our huge concern for the economy has landed us all in the situation where we are with no concern for human well being and this could also be a potential bio war where countries are trying to get down each other's economies. We have to reflect on where we have landed as people, as a nation and why are we letting our greed, our senses guide us and not our consciousness."
She further added, "If this lockdown goes on for 21 days we will be two years behind economically, but if it goes beyond 21 days it is going to be a disastrous situation for our nation because we are a developing one. "
On her own film projects getting pushed, Kangana said she’s more concerned our collective survival at the moment.
“Right now we only exist as normal people here,” the actor noted. “I’ve stopped to see myself as an actor and like I said we should be ready for almost anything, we should be prepared to rise above individual concerns. So my films are also like everything else it’s just stuck and I don’t know where we will land. It depends on when we come out of it. That is the reason I want more people to understand the seriousness of the situation. Right now individual gain or loss is not my concern.”