Kangana Ranaut doesn’t care if her film is shelved as long as she receives her pay cheque!

The Queen actor is unperturbed by the fact that her movies are being shelved

Kangana Ranaut has said that two of her films Ungli and I Love NY have been canned but she is not disappointed about it. The actor had no qualms admitting that as long her payment is cleared it doesn’t matter if the movie does not hit the theatres. Well, wethinks the actor should be. When asked about both her impending films, Kangana says, “It is canned right? I think it’s (the films) canned. Why would I be frustrated, I have got my pay cheque. I am safe and hence there is no reason for to be disappointed.”

I Love New Year, a romantic-comedy directed by Radhika Rao and Vinay Sapru, stars Sunny Deol and Kangana. The film was initially to be released in February last year, then it got pushed to April, to September and later December the same year, but did not hit the screens.  The exact reason for the delay was not known, but it was reportedly shelved due to the poor response to its trailer and not so good outcome of Sunny’s last few films at the box office.

Her another project, Karan Johar’s home production Ungli, starring Emraan Hashmi, Sanjay Dutt, Neha Dhupia, Randeep Hooda and others and directed by Rensil D’Silva, was earlier expected to release in 2013.  Though earlier Karan Johar had tweeted that Ungli will release on May 23 this year, but Kangana says the film has been canned.

Her other forthcoming projects are Queen, which will release on March 7, and Tigmanshu Dhulia’s film Revolver Rani, scheduled to release this year.