Kangana Ranaut OPENS UP on why she felt like slapping Sugandha Mishra

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Actress Kangana Ranaut, who is known for not mincing her words, has once again raked up a controversy after she admitted to have felt like slapping comedian Sugandha Mishra on national television. "It surely was an awkward moment for Sugandha, but she took it in a sporting spirit and continued with the shoot", a source from the set was quoted by Indian Express.

Kangana admits, "That was for fun and the cameras. I will not hide anything (referring to being in a relationship) as I am not like that", the 29-year-old actress told PTI. Now, the duo is back together with "Rangoon", an intense love story featuring Shahid Kapoor and Kangana Ranaut that is set against the backdrop of Second World War.

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