Kangana Ranaut has been making hard efforts to make sure everything goes perfect for her upcoming Jayalalithaa’s biopic, Thalaivi. The actress will have four different looks in the film and recently jetted out of the country for her prosthetics measurements. Kangana flew to Los Angeles and underwent prosthetic measurement sessions. As the actress is leaving no stone unturned, Kangana has started practicing Indian classical dance form Bharatnatyam and her pictures are mesmerizing.
While makers of the film Thalaivi have roped in Hollywood Makeup artist Jason Collins for Kangana's look in the film, the actress has started taking dance lessons from another expert. Today, team Kangana Ranaut took to their Instagram to share the first pictures of the actress practicing the Indian classical dance form Bharatnatyam. For Kangana’s dancing lessons, the makers of the film have roped in Gayathri Raguramm, a renowned choreographer from the South.
In the first pictures shared on the internet, the actress looks ravishing and dedicated as she practices Bharatnatyam with her guru dressed in casual Indian traditional wear. A talented actor that she is, Kangana’s poise and elegance outshine in her pictures. The pictures clearly prove the actress is working hard to essay her role in the Jayalalithaa biopic Thalaivi. Sharing the pictures the team wrote, “Prepping to perfection, #KanganaRanaut during Bharatnatyam practice this morning for Jayalalithaa's Biopic, #Thalaivi!” (Also Read: Roja actor Arvind Swami set to play MGR in Kangana Ranaut's Thalaivi)
Meanwhile, as Kangana is practicing Bharatnatyam to perfection regularly, the film Thalaivi is based on the real-life story of Tamil Nadu’s most popular and loved former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa. Kangana Ranaut’s Jayalalithaa biopic, Thalaivi is set to release in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu languages.
Image source: Instagram/ @teamkanganaranaut
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