J Jayalalithaa Biopic Thalaivi: Kangana Ranaut Reveals She Is A Big Fan Of Jayalalithaa's Strength And Valour
Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut will be seen essaying the role of the late chief minister of Tamil Nadu,J Jayalalithaa in the film Thalaivi and the actress is full of admiration for the late politician
Kangana Ranaut's film 'Judgementall Hai Kya' has already released and is doing a steadfast job at the box office. She has played the role of Bobby an acentric girl in the film. Kangana’s role is being praised by all critics and fans. Apart from that, she will be seen in Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari's film 'Panga' next year, where she will be playing the role of a Kabaddi player. And post-Panga she is set to put the stage on fire with her action-packed film 'Dhaakad'. But, the talk of the town is Thalaivi, where Kangana will be playing the role of late Former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, J Jayalalithaa.
Kangana is known to do justice to her characters.The versatile actress is well-versed with the way Jayalalithaa used to carry herself. According to Kangana, 'In Politics, Indira Gandhi and Jayalalithaa are considered incomparable. Whatever task they had, they did it with full dedication and shined through it, be it politics or any other subject. Jayalalithaa Ji became the CM of Tamil Nadu thrice in a row which indicates how much people loved her. She always stood strong with her immense strength and valour. I'm a fan of this particular quality of Jayalalithaa Ji.
Thalaivi, directed by AL Vijay, will be a biopic based on J Jayalalithaa and will have a huge budget of nearly Rs 100 crore. The buzz is that the shooting of the film will commence from early August and Kangana Ranaut has been taking lessons to learn Tamil. This film will be made in three languages- Tamil, Telugu and Hindi.
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