The success of Queen has catapulted Kangana Ranaut into the big league, but the "self-made" actress who has given quite a few good films in her eight-year long career, says she is only "trying to make her own identity" and doesn't aspire to win "flavour of the season" tag.
From her first film Gangster - A Love Story to Woh Lamhe, Life In A Metro, Fashion and Tanu Weds Manu, the 27-year-old proved her mettle whenever she faced the camera. But the success of Vikas Bahl directed Queen, which has collected about Rs 50 crore at the domestic box-office, is like icing on the cake.
But the success hasn't gone to her head and she says, "I am a self-made person. Whatever I have achieved till date, I have struggled a lot for it."
"Queen of Bollywood is just a tag, which is given to different actresses every month, so I don't want any such tag," the actress told reporters on March 26 at the film's success party hosted by Vikas.
Kangana, who won National Award for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of a troubled model in Fashion, will next be seen playing the lead in Revolver Rani, releasing on April 25.
"I have been struggling from the last eight years to reach where I have reached today. I am still not the flavour of the season and I don't aspire to be one. I do my job honestly. I do different kind of work and I am trying to make my own identity," she said.