On-screen character Kangana Ranaut says for her, success doesn't come with any sort of pressure as she feels that failure doesn't reflect your credibility as an artiste.
She likewise said that she doesn't pick a venture believing that it will lift her position in the industry.
"I haven't set any guidelines that I need to do this work or this is the place I need to go. I don't put that sort of prssure on myself. What I let myself know is that I will proceed (on the way). I think I am the only top on-screen character likely who has done B-grade movies," Kangana told to a news agency.
She included: "I don't see that a specific venture can rise to a specific position. You can be giving flops and still be an extremely important artiste and that is the situation with me."
Coming from a town close Manali, Kangana entered Bollywood with no starry connection, and proceeded to make a place for herself in Bollywood. She demonstrated her ability and adaptability with movies like Gangster, Woh Lamhe, Life In A… Metro, Tanu Weds Manu and Fashion.
There were misfortunes also with movies like Game, Rascals and Katti Batti. But, she returned the game with the arrival of Queen which she caught up with a twofold impact by means of Tanu Weds Manu Returns.
The on-screen character is caught up with shooting for Hansal Mehta's Simran. As indicated by reports, Kangana will be viewed as a 30-year-old divorced person in the motion picture, for which she is presently shooting in Atlanta, US.
Kangana, who is known for her audacious trustworthiness, feels "it truly doesn't make a difference what movies you do, what makes a difference is the way you do them".
For the time being, the performing artist is occupied with Simran, and included that she has "marked few movies and they are extremely energizing movies arranged so I will take each one in turn".