National award-winning actress Kangna Ranaut, known for airing her views on issues of concern without fear, has said that it would be tough and painful in the long run for actresses and women to share the bed with their co-stars and colleagues. “It surely hurts in the long run,” the actress has opined.
“In the beginning of my career, many men expressed their interest on me: they were married, bachelors, elderly persons, youths, etc. A man reacts badly if his sexual advances towards a woman are spurned. This only vitiates the atmosphere in the workplace. Women and actresses would do well not to share bed with their colleagues and co-stars; this would land them in huge problem in the long run.
“Men are adept in cooking up sob-stories about their marital lives so as to impress women. If a man says he is beaten up by his wife, a woman may tend to believe it. I have personally not come across a happily married man so far: each married man seems to have a problem of his own.
“Women have the weakness of falling in love with married men though they are fully aware that the guy is married once and that their marriage with an already married guy would sow the seeds of huge problems in future,” says the plain-speaking Kangna.