Thailaivi starring Kangana Ranaut was released in theaters on Friday. Based on the life of the late film actress and politician J Jayalalithaa, Talaivi came Kangana is playing the title role. Arvind Swamy Jishu Sengupta and Bhagyashree also played important roles. Directed by AL Vijay, the film is being released in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. Talaivi was originally slated to hit theaters in April, but due to the second Kovid-19, the release was postponed.
Kangana has been a Hindi filmmaker for most of her career and Talaivi has made her mark in the regional industry. In a recent conversation with YouTube channel Traid and Refused Productions, Kangana said that Bollywood is a “toxic place”. Speaking about the working culture of the regional v / s Hindi film industry, he said, “The most impressive thing about regional cinema is that at least they find some common ground. They are chameleons, and what they resonate with is … Yes, there is still some tension … everyone wants to pull it all down, it doesn’t help at all. It has become a very toxic place, somehow, no one is happy for another person, and we have not been able to find a common ground that we can find. ”
A few days ago, after watching the movie, Kangana went on her Instagram and gave a shiny review to Talaivi. She wrote, “What a delightful experience it was to see the best film headline of my career so far.” Talaivi is a theater experience, she said, adding that Hindi multiplexes also play. I believe it will bring audiences back to the theaters. ”
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Directed by Pawan Kripalani, the horror comedy is produced by Ramesh Taurani, Akshay Puri and co-produced by Jaya Taurani.
In the movie trailer preview, Arjun said about his character, “Although I don’t believe in stories about ghosts and witches, I really liked the movie script. When Rameshji (Taurani) shared the script with me, I told him about it, and he said that 90% of people in India believe in ghosts and witches, and only 10% do not. So my character is 90% related to the audience, and Saif’s character is only 10%, so I’m happy! (Laughs). “
In a recent interview with PTI, Saif shared: “