New Delhi — Kangana Ranaut may be one of the most sought-after stars in Bollywood post the success of “Queen,” but the actress has denied reports that she is demanding more money now.
Ranaut, 27, who has only one release, “Ungli,” this year, rather wants to slow down a bit by doing one film at a time.
"There is nothing like that. I have not increased my fee after ‘Queen.’ It’s just not about the price. I am not taking up projects like people expected me to do. They thought I would sign some 10 films after it (‘Queen’). That’s not what I am doing," she said.
Ranaut will start shooting “Tanu Weds Manu 2” with R. Madhavan next month.
"I will start shooting in August. I am teaming up with Madhavan again and I am quite excited about it," said Ranaut, whose role of a no-nonsense girl was appreciated in the original film by Anand L. Rai.
Ranaut will begin shooting Reema Kagti’s project in February next year while “Divine Lovers,” India’s first French production starring her and Irrfan Khan, will go on floors by the end of 2014.
"I am doing one film at a time. I am not clashing my dates,” she said.