When quizzed about the same, the actress in an interview with HT Cafe said, "Yes, it's true. The kind of world we live in, the whole dating scene has become very upsetting. Everyone is looking above everyone's shoulders in a bid to find a better 'partner'. There has to be a commitment in a relationship. And dating is frivolous, no matter how intense it is, as there's no real sense of commitment. So, I would want to go the serious way. That's what I plan and I will do it this year. It's very hard to be single, especially when your family doesn't live with you. There's no one watching your back and you really cannot rely on."
"People find it surprising that I am young and I don't have to get married now. However, I don't think career and marriage are interlinked. Age has nothing to do with marriage. But I turn 30 this March and I should have babies (she laughs). Even marriage is not important for babies but to have a family of your own is everyone's dream. One can get lonely in the film world, especially when you are an actor,"
the actress concluded.
On the work front, Kangana is gearing up for the release of her period drama, 'Rangoon', which is set against the backdrop of World War II.(TOI)