Kangana Ranaut came out as an orater for Sushant Singh Rajput after he took his life in his Bandra apartment on June 14. However, what began from requesting justice for Sushant’s turned into another topic of Bollywood drug racket. And then the actress guaranteed that 99% of Bollywood consumes drugs, which most likely provoked the Narcotics Control Bureau to get a move. Bringing the drug link into Sushant’s demise made NCB arrest many people including Rhea and Showik Chakroborty. And now, Deepika’s name is also coming in the same.

Now, we have an uncover video of the Manikarnika entertainer, wherein she had conceded that she was once dependent on drugs and a someone from the industry used to offer it to her for consumption. Before this video became a web sensation on social media, numerous individuals were uninformed that Kangana was previously a drug addict.

In the video we can see her narrating her story. She said, “This time is not a bad time, do not think of it like that. Bad times are actually good times. Friends, I was 15 or 16 when I ran away from my house, and I used to feel like I could grab the stars with my hands. After I left my house, I was a film star and a drug addict within 1.5 – 2 years of it,” Kangana Ranaut had said in a video, which was shared on her Instagram page on 20th March 2020, on the fifth day of Navratri. She added, “My life was so messed up, I was with certain type of people from whom only death could have saved me. All of this happened in my life at the time when I was only a teenager.”


The actress also expressed how she became what she is now. She stated, “At that moment, a very good friend came into my life who introduced me to Yoga and gave me a book, Rajayoga, which has a very good process. After that, I took Swami Vivekanand as my guru, and under his guidance, I groomed myself a lot. I would have been lost in the crowd if those challenging times didn’t come in my life. Without the spiritual guidance, I wouldn’t have been able to develop my willpower, I wouldn’t have been able to sharpen my intellect or groom my talent or develop my emotional health.”