‘Thalaivi’ new still is out and Kangana Ranaut as Jayalalithaa is looking perfect in this Indian classical dancer pose.
Kangana Ranaut’s sister Rangoli Chandel tweeted a new still from former’s upcoming film, ‘Thalaivi’.
Bollywood Queen: Kangana Ranaut at present is in Chennai, where she is extensively shooting for Thalaivi, a biopic on former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Jayalalithaa. Last year a glimpse of her look as late actor-politician was unveiled and since then her fans were eagerly waiting to see the trailer and the eventual release.
At present, Kangana is shooting for a dance sequence in which she will be performing classical dance. For this very dance sequence, the talented actor donned the red and green costume with temple jewelry.
Talking about Rangoli’s tweet. She posted a photo in which the actor is seen posing like a perfect classical dancer. And captioned it with the words,
“This extraordinary still is from Thalaivi -The revolutionary leader”
Have a look at the tweet below:
This extraordinary still is from Thalaivi -The revolutionary leader 🙏🙏❤ pic.twitter.com/83bQKiEMeK
— Rangoli Chandel (@Rangoli_A) February 2, 2020
On the other hand, while talking to Hindu regarding Thalaivi, Kangana said,
“I’ve researched a lot [to play Jayalalithaa].”
When she was asked about her working experience with Thalaivi director: A. L. Vijay. Kangana said,
“I think, on the set, the director is my best friend. I don’t feel like I have to be driven around like cattle. Most actors, they need to be brought out of the [vanity] van, but I’m not that. I make myself available at the director’s disposal, and that is why I look like a completely involved person.”
She completed her interview by talking about Late Ex-CM Of Tamil Nadu: Jayalalithaa and how much she is in awe of her.
“When she was humiliated in the State Assembly, and she said that she would come back as a Chief Minister… I think that was an extremely powerful moment in her life. Until then, she was under MGR’s shadow, and she never revealed her own political aspirations. But that was a very decisive moment because for her as a woman in a man’s world, to be beaten up and humiliated… anybody would have lost their confidence. For her to show the kind of strength of character under those circumstances… it is very powerful.”