The renowned female personality of the Indian Film Industry, actress Kangana Ranaut has her birthday today. And the trailer of her upcoming thriller “Thalaivi” is out now. The trailer of the forthcoming film is available in Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi. As per the trailer, Thalaivi is a biopic of former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa from Tamil Nadu. The film is helmed up by AL Vijay. Kangana Ranaut is the lead starrer in the film, it will gonna be interesting to watch her in the role of a politician.
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Release date and streaming platform of Thalaivi:-
The film has been scheduled to be released in theaters or cinemas on April 23, 2021.
About the trailer of Thalaivi:-
The trailer is consists of 3 minutes 3 seconds in which we can see an unbelievable glimpse of the former actor and politician’s journey. Jay a lady who was a profound actor of Tamil Nadu and later became a politician of the state. While in the trailer we can witness how she suffers after becoming a politician. Even she has been harassed in the parliamentary house after that mishap she decides to take revenge on the culprits. Jay was the strongest and gutsy lady who fouth for her self-respect and owns the battle.”
Kangana Ranaut is looking stunning in both roles of Jaya’s life. She is giving justice to the character of politician Jaya. While it will gonna be exciting to watch the film.
A cast of film Thalaivi:-
Kangana Ranaut, Arvind Swami, Shamna Kasim, Samuthirakani, Praksah Raj and JIssu Sengupta.
The writer of the film is Vijayendra Prasad. The film consists of the genres Biography and Drama. Cinematography credit goes to Vishal Vittal while the editor is Anthony and Ballu Saluja. The film is about the release last year but postponed due to a pandemic. As per the source, the film has been received NOC from the nephew of Jaya Ji.
Taran Adarsh the trade analyst has been tweeted by sharing a poster of the film. He wrote, “The makers of the Thalaiavi has been unveiled the trailer of the film on Kangana Ranuts birthday.”