The filmmakers have unveiled Kangana Ranaut's first look from Thalaivi, Jayalalithaa’s biopic. The film is scheduled to release on June 26, 2020.
Actress Kangana Ranaut's first look from the bipoic of late politician J Jayalalithaa has been unveiled on social media. She is playing the lead and shared the first look poster of Kangana as the former Tamil Nadu chief minister in the forthcoming multilingual biopic Thalaivi.
The first look poster is accompanied with the caption, "The legend we know, but the story that is yet to be told! Presenting #KanganaRanaut, in & as #Thalaivi. A film by #Vijay, arriving in cinemas on 26th June, 2020."
In the poster, she is wearing a dark green cape along with a circular bindi on her forehead, hair is centre parted just like the former late TN CM.
A short teaser of the film was also released on YouTube.
Check out the first look poster of Thalaivi and the teaser of the film below:
Actress Kangana Ranaut who is prepping up for her lead role in Thalaivi, a biopic on J Jayalalithaa, late chief minister of Tamil Nadu, she is finding it quite difficult to learn the Tamil language and hence, has decided to mug up her dialogues for the movie.
The Queen actress while speaking to the reporters on Wednesday said, "Vanakam - did you understand that? Actually, I am finding it very difficult to learn Tamil. The film is being made in Tamil as well as in Hindi, so we will do something about it. Obviously, I have to mug up the dialogues because Tamil is not an easy language.” Earlier, I was thinking of learning Tamil completely as I have learned English also. But now I will only learn as per the demand of the script," she said. AL Vijay is directing the movie. Last month the actress was working hard to play the stalwart and was taking Bharatnatyam classes for the role.
In the video, Kangana apes Jayalalithaa’s dance movies as seen in the 1965 film ‘Vennira Aadai’. Later, the video cuts through to her waving the victory sign to all her supporters as she addresses a rally.
Kangana’s impressive look is doing by renowned Hollywood prosthetics artist, Jason Collins, who has worked on films like 'Blade Runner' and 'Captain Marvel'.
The film will be shot simultaneously in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi.
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Last Updated 23, Nov 2019, 4:12 PM