The actress wore a pista green coloured saree, a sleeveless blouse, and a matching choker neckpiece and earrings.
Kangana's visit to the Parliament comes on a day when the Prime Minister walked to the new Parliament building along with his cabinet colleagues.
Heaping praise on the ‘Badshah’ of Bollywood, Kangana said his struggle is a master class for all those artistes, who are enjoying long careers but must reinvent and re-establish.
The narrative is a bit of a mystery, though Kangana Ranaut’s Chandramukhi is very clearly a woman scorned who years for bloody vengeance, much like Monjolika from ‘Bhool Bhoolaiya’.
Following Karan's statement, Kangana reacted to it, remembering a previous incident.
A standalone sequel to the 2005 film 'Chandramukhi', the movie will have little connection to the first film aside from the fact that this is also a horror comedy and will also be directed by P Vasu.
On the acting front, Kangana will next be seen in 'Emergency', 'Tejas' and 'Chandramukhi 2'.
Kangana took to Instagram, where she first drew parallels of 'Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahani' to last week's Hollywood release, Christopher Nolan's 'Oppenheimer'.
Ranaut's anger was apparently directed at the star couple after she was trolled for sharing an update about her upcoming film.
Tragically, the hilly state has been grappling with landslides and flash floods across various districts, leading to the loss of numerous lives.