The trailer of Kangana Ranaut-starrer Thalaivi has left many impressed. The biopic that takes us into the life of late Tamil Nadu chief minister and former actor J Jayalalithaa, will be released in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. While makers usually keep the trailer the same in terms of visual, with the only difference being the language, Thalaivi’s trailer in Tamil and Hindi has a huge difference. Towards the end of the trailer where one can see a group of men taking a bow at her in the Hindi trailer, this portion is missing in the Tamil version.
In this sequence the actress’ dialogues are enough to explain the power of a woman, she is heard saying, “Look at me as a mother and I will hold you in my heart. But if you see me just as a ‘woman’…” The makers haven't shared any specific reason behind this difference between the trailers. Well, this got us thinking was this done keeping in mind the scenario of Tamil politics or was it just to add a dramatic feel to the Hindi trailer.
Here are both the trailer below to spot the difference-
The actress launched the trailer on her birthday; she was emotional and broke into tears. Directed by AL Vijay, Thalaivi is set to release in theatres on April 23, but keeping in mind the lockdown situation in certain parts of the country, we wonder what makers have planned in terms of the movie release. ALSO READ: Kangana Ranaut Showers Praises On A Fan Who Recreated Her 'Flag Bearer Of Nepotism' Moment From Koffee With Karan; Calls Her 'Baby Kangana' - WATCH
While the audience excitedly waits for the movie to hit the silver screen, the actress is busy shooting for her next, Tejas in full swing. ALSO READ: Thalaivi: Kangana Ranaut Reveals Shooting For The Song 'Chali Chali' Broke Her Heart - Here's Why
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