"It's beautiful at 34", Kangana Ranaut pens empowering message on birthday

Kangana Ranaut turns a year older today. The actor, who celebrated her birthday on Tuesday, took to Twitter to share a long note with her fans, speaking about how she is more confident than before and proud of the career she has made for herself.

Kangana Ranaut turns a year older today. The actor, who celebrated her birthday on Tuesday, took to Twitter to share a long note with her fans, speaking about how she is more confident than before and proud of the career she has made for herself.

"They said a woman has a shelf life, this world only values young sweet 16 type girls with no brains, mature and wise woman can only belong to a household to a man who can give them a surname. They said many things it made me anxious, what will happen to me, where will I go," she wrote. "Today I turned 34, they never told me, I will be at the peak of my career at 34, I will be celebrated for my art and my experience will be valued and my age or marital status would mean nothing to anyone, I feel like a super human loaded with exceptional experience about skills."

She concluded her post by sending out an empowering message that read, “They never told me fine lines and beginning of grey hair would look so soothing, it will enhance my character and and strength will become my beauty. So let me tell all you girls out there. It’s beautiful at 34 world looks super gorgeous from this view. Thanks to my mother who gave me birth.

It is an eventful birthday for Kangana who won her fourth National Award for acting on Monday. She was named best actress for her roles in Manikarnika and Panga at the 67th National Film Awards.

Meanwhile, the trailer for Thalaivi, the upcoming drama about the life of actor-turned-politician J Jayalalithaa, was released on Tuesday. A teaser was released in February.

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