Mumbai: Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut shared some stills of her upcoming movie Thalaivi, which is impressed by the lifetime of late Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa. Saturday marks the fourth demise anniversary of the late politician who handed away on December 5, 2016 in Chennai. The stills shared on Twitter options Kangana’s look within the film.
Sharing the images on her verified Twitter account, Kangana wrote: “On the death anniversary of Jaya Amma, sharing some working stills from our film Thalaivi- the revolutionary leader. All thanks to my team, especially the leader of our team Vijay sir who is working like a super human to complete the film, just one more week to go.”
On the demise anniversary of Jaya Amma, sharing some working stills from our movie Thalaivi- the revolutionary chief. All because of my workforce, particularly the chief of our workforce Vijay sir who’s working like an excellent human to finish the movie, only one extra week to go 🙏 pic.twitter.com/wlUeo8Mx3W
— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) December 5, 2020
Kangana needed to placed on 20 kilos to essay Jayalalithaa within the movie, and her weight reduction journey hasn’t been a cakewalk. The actress lately revealed that gaining weight for the position and doing Bharatnatyam has left her again severely broken, including that she is struggling to lose the additional kilos.
“I played the first super humangirl on Indian screen, thanks to my body a rare combination of dainty yet strong looking, in my 30’s I had to gain 20 kgs for ‘Thalaivi’ and do Bharatnatyam, it left my back severely damaged but no bigger gratification than to play a role to perfection,” Kangana lately knowledgeable on Twitter together with a collection of pictures exhibiting her transformation.
Thalaivi is an upcoming bilingual biopic of late Jayalalithaa in Hindi and Tamil. The movie will hint the journey of the late chief from silver display to politics. It’s directed by AL Vijay, and in addition stars Arvind Swami, Prakash Raj, Madhoo and Bhagyashree.
(With IANS Inputs)