Karachi, July 24 (ANI
): Kangana Ranaut
has always been the one who prefers setting the records straight, not only about her personal lives and future projects, but also about the finances.
As per a report by the Dawn, the 'Queen' actress, in an interview with Economic Times, got upfront and candid about her financial affairs.
"When I started working, I was just 17. I had access to money and there were people around me who used to do drugs, become shopaholics or just some other kind of addict. To my credit, I chose a healthy path. In this short span, I've not only bought a house for myself, but supported my family a lot," she said.
Kangana also revealed that unlike her love for making and spending money, she is not that pro in handling her finances
. Hence sister Rangoli comes to her rescue.
"I love making and spending money, but keeping track of it? That (sister) Rangoli does. Meeting CAs, filing my taxes, keeping track of my bonds and transactions - that makes me very sad. I feel people from that world behave like machines. In the banking world, it's all about digits. I don't understand that. In our world, interactions are more intuitive and vibe-oriented (laughs)," said the 29-year-old actress.
The national award winning star also revealed that she favours investing in real estate, gold and stocks. (ANI