Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut never shies away from speaking her heart out and the "Queen" star feels it is something which is extremely important for her.
Kangana says it means a lot to her to just be herself and not live for any materialistic goals in life.
"There are all kinds of people out there. Few live for admiration, few live for money, few just for the sake of living. I live for my freedom. And its very important to me," Kangana told reporters here.
"It means a lot to me to be able to say what I feel is the right thing to say and bring able to do what I want to do basically. Just being my own person means a lot to me. That's the only thing I live for, nothing else," she added.
The 29-year-old "Tanu Weds Manu Returns" actress was speaking at the launch of "Grazia" magazine.
Recently, Kangana was mired in a controversy with actor Hrithik Roshan. The two actors have been at loggerheads since the "Queen" star called Hrithik her 'silly ex'.
The feud between Hrithik and his "Krrish 3" co-star turned nasty after they slapped legal notices on each other.
When asked how she used her 'superpower' to defeat a 'superhero', Kangana said, "Please ask a decent question if you want to. You are 'toh' completely into scandals."
The actress last week unveiled Bollywood Director Shirish Kunder's short film "Kriti", which has been accused of being a copy of another short film "Bob", made by a Nepali filmmaker.
Asked about this, Kangana said, "I don't know anything about that."