Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut is very famous among people due to her brilliant acting and outspoken statements. She also has a very good fan following on social media and fans are also waiting for Kangana’s films.
Although, Kangana Ranaut is going to be seen in many films in the coming time. After the trailer of the film ‘Thalaivi’, the eagerness of the audience to watch this film is visible on social media. If the second wave of Corona had not come, by now Kangana would have rocked the theatres with her film. But now she has given a hint to the fans about the release of the film.
Akshay Kumar’s ‘Bell Bottom’ has been released in theatres, so now Kangana Ranaut’s ‘Thalaivi’ is also all set to release in theatres, so the fans now want to know when Kangana’s film will be released in theatres. when it will be released.
Responding to this as a hint, She has shared Sridhar Pillai’s tweet in her Insta story in which it is written that the film is going to be released soon. First, the film will be offered to premiere on OTT. But now it is clear from the post that the film ‘Thalaivi’ will be released in theatres first, after that it will be streamed on the OTT platform. According to the post, it is being said that the film will be shown in Tamil, Telugu languages. This movie will stream on Amazon and in Hindi on Netflix. But it is not clear yet when the film is going to be released in theatres and then on OTT.
Kangana recently shared a picture on her Instagram account wearing an Air Force dress. While sharing this special picture, She had told that she has also started shooting for Tejas. Sharing the picture, Kangana Ranaut wrote, ‘Excited to shoot for the first schedule of the new film, very excited to play the pilot in this film.’
Talking about the film, Bollywood ‘Queen’ she will be seen playing her character in the biopic ‘Thalaivi’ based on the life of the late former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu Jayalalithaa. Jayalalithaa became the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for the first time in 1991. However, he had to face defeat in the 1996 elections.
In 2001, once again Jayalalithaa waved the flag of victory and again became the Chief Minister. After this, Jayalalithaa became the Chief Minister in the year 2011 as well. She stepped down for a few days after being convicted in the corruption case, but after getting relief from the Supreme Court, she again became the CM. Jayalalithaa said goodbye to the world on 5 December 2016.