It was a different time and Khayyam, who passed away after a prolonged illness at the age of 92, created evocative, soul-stirring music reminiscent of the era gone-by in classics such as 'Umrao Jaan' and 'Kabhi Kabhie'.

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"I am extremely happy to see how well the nation has received it. I have been flooded with messages from all across and I can only say, your love has been the biggest support. I am delighted by the response," the actor said in a statement.

"After the success of 'Manikarnika', it has been proven that audience across the globe are loving larger than life films with a female hero. 'Dhaakad' is not only a benchmark film for my career but will be a turning point for Indian cinema as well," Kangana said in a statement.

"The opportunities depends on how well you are doing in your career. When you do not come from a film background it takes a while for people to register or recognise you and then see your work and talent. Your name starts popping up slowly," she adds.

"I don't want to discuss films beyond my work. I have to force myself to balance that because it is easy to get swayed, especially when you do a good film and it becomes a huge hit. Thank God after 'Badla' I was in 'Saand Ki Aankh' for two months so I was off the radar."

The 28-year-old actor, who was appreciated for her comic timing in "Bareilly in Barfi" and "Luka Chuppi", said her aim is to make people laugh.