Following its theatrical release earlier this month, Talaivi starring Kangana Ranaut is now airing on Netflix. Arvind Swamy also starred in the J Jayalalithaa biopic directed by AL Vijay and written by KV Vijayendra Prasad.
Previously, Kangana She took to Instagram articles and was hailed as ‘one of the best films of her career so far’.
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Although Talaivi started with film critical acclaim, it suffered losses as theaters in Mumbai and Kerala were still closed and the number of moviegoers in other parts of the country was still low. Multiplex Chains PVR Cinemas and INOX Leisure Ltd. refused to screen the Hindi version of the film, as its Netflix premiere window was too narrow.
The film was originally slated for release in April, but was postponed due to the second Kovid-19 to arrive in India. Now, as the movie airs on Netflix, many are finally able to catch the headline for the first time.
In her review, The Indian Express film critic Shubhra Gupta wrote, “Kangana lives in this complex role It’s like skin on the head, from Jaya becoming a budding actress, to a powerful MGR (Arvind Swamy), to her meteor shower in the film industry, and her transition, first reluctantly, and then consistently and definitely, to an ambitious, quarters-free politician. “
“Without knowing whether the events shown in the film are credible to real life events, the film gives us a snapshot view of Tamil Nadu politics (MGR Chief since 1977-87; his popularity as a cinematic idol promoting his ascent into insane politics, a very Tamil and Telugu phenomenon). MGR never hid the fact Jayalalithaa adores him, And their intimacy is always a painful thing among his party members: in this film, it is MGR loyalist RMV (Raj Arjun) who turns out to be almost ridiculously a note as he looks at the woman who removed his beloved leader. Focus where needed, “Gupta added.