Be it Tanu Weds Mannu Returns, Queen or Manikarnika, Kangana Ranaut gives her 100% when it comes to bringing out the best from A film. We have seen her dedication level in other movies and well, she is treating the same for her upcoming film, Thalaivi as well. From sitting through 5 hours of prosthetics for the proper measurements to learning the Tamil language, she is doing everything to ace in her character. However, the Judgmentall Hai Kya actress is now learning classical dance for the film.
Recently, her team shared a video of her dance rehearsal where she is seen performing Bharatnatyam with a trainee. Dressed in a violet jumpsuit, Ms Ranaut is really pulling out every stop. While sharing the video on their handle, they wrote, “The queen never rests. Rehearsals are in full swing for #thalaivi in Manali. Cannot wait for this epic saga!!” Watch the video below:
Though the prep work of the film has already begun, on the other hand, Jayalalithaa’s sister Deepa Jayakumar has moved to Madras High court and is now seeking a stay order on Kangana starrer as she is concerned about the honesty that these two projects will show. Recently, the Twitter handle of ANI posted a tweer where Deepa wants to restrain the release of a biopic on J Jayalalithaa's life.
Talking about the film, Thalaivi is based on the life of Tamil Nadu’s chief minister J Jayalalithaa who passed away on 5th December 2016. Apart from Kangana, the retelling of J Jayalalithaa's life will also see the late actor-politician MG Ramachandran or MGR’s character in the film who is said to have had played an integral role in Jayalalithaa political innings.
South actor Arvind Swami, who was last seen in Bollywood in Dear Dad and best remembered for his roles in Mani Ratnam's Roja will be essaying the role of MGR. Thalaivi will be released in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu and is scheduled to hit the big screens next year.
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