Mumbai: Kangana Ranaut has never been the one to hold back and it's for this very reason that she has her fair share of lovers and haters.
The actress, whose career got a major boost post the release of 'Queen,' helmed by Vikas Bahl, has been on an upward spiral ever since.
Though her very public and very ugly altercation with alleged ex Hrithik Roshan did raise an eyebrow too many, it was the latter's carrer that had to bear the substantial brunt of it.
That hasn't stopped the actress from laying bare her soul, though.
Recently, she found herself on the couch alongside Neha Dhupia, in the latter's podcast, #NoFilterNeha, and dealt with all the verbal volleys being thrown at her with inimitable panache.
During the conversation, she opened up on how she often had found herself way out of her comfort zone for the sake of a film.
"That happens all the time. When you're thrown out of your comfort zone, initially its intimidating. It doesn't really matter if you're a star or not a star," Kangana confessed
She revealed how she'd often have to change in the open without proper vanity services, during the making of Vishal Bharadwaj's dream project, 'Rangoon'.
"It just depends on the kind of project that you choose. For example, for 'Rangoon', we were taken to these remote valleys of Arunachal Pradesh. There were literally no villages, nothing, not even rest rooms."
She also further went on to elaborate, saying, "I was p**ing behind rocks, changing behind rocks. My own people would just cover me. Everyone was, so was Shahid (Kapoor). There was nothing, so what do you do?" she added.
Kangana will next be sene in Hansal Mehta's 'Simran' and Vishal's 'Rangoon' opposite Saif Ali Khan and Shahid Kapoor....