Kangana Ranaut has already proven her mettle as an actor time and again. She started in 2019 with a bang, as her Directorial debut, Manikarnika, opened to rave reviews and did well at the Box-Office. The Queen actress is all set to stun the audience once again with a powerful performance with Thalaivi, a biopic based on the life of Jayalalithaa. To get into the look of Jayalalithaa, Kangana will don a never seen before avatar in the film and undergo a complete transformation.

The team of Jayalalithaa, titled as Thalaivi, is going all out to ensure that her look is spot on and to make sure that the film is one of the biggest of 2020. Hollywood prosthetics expert, Jason Collins, of Captain Marvel fame has been roped in for the film. A few days ago, pictures of Kangana undergoing fittings of prosthetics had gone viral, and the entire team is back in LA for the second round of look test. Taking to social media, Kangana’s team shared a video and captioned it, “#Diwali came early for Kangana as she preps for Thalaivi in L.A. (READ ALSO: Kangana Ranaut And Film Fraternity To Start ‘Change Within’ Initiative; PM Narendra Modi To Launch The Campaign)

While making sure, that no stone is left unturned to make sure Thalaivi is one of the biggest films of next year, Kangana was also spotted bonding with producers Vishnu Induri, Brinda Prasad and Shaailesh R Singh, along with Rangoli Chandel and ace costume designer Neeta Lulla.

A while back, we told you Kangana Ranaut says if a book will be made on her life then she thinks her sister, Rangoli should be the narrator. She told Midday, “If a book were to be written on my life, I feel Rangoli should be the narrator. She is the best person to narrate my story as she has seen me from my childhood to what I am today. She can [tell the story] from the point of view of an elder sister."


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