Kangana Ranaut is a celebrity who doesn’t mind being approached. The diva was recently in the news following the release of her film Thalavi. The film portrayed Jayaram Jayalalithaa. Her performance has been lauded, and veteran actress Simi Garewal is one of her admirers. Simi Garewal attended the film’s premiere and was photographed by actress Queen. Following that, the veteran actress tweeted the question.
“Despite my disagreement with #KanganaRanaut’s radical remarks, I admire her acting skills,” the actress said on Twitter. In #Thailavii, she pours her heart and soul into it! Jaya-Ji wanted Aishwarya to play her, but Kangana’s portrayal would have been acceptable to JJ. @thearvindswam, MGR has been reincarnated! “
People Expressed Their Displeasure On Twitter
Many people expressed their displeasure with the tweet’s framing and commented on it. “While I don’t support #KanganaRanaut, thank you, could do without the comment,” one Twitter user wrote. You’ve always wanted to be everything if only you could summon the courage to confront your wrongdoers. You chose not to speak, but she did. That is the difference.”
Another man stated, “To avoid annoying the who’s who in Bollywood, #KanganaRanaut should not be praised as an actress with a disclaimer. She is a fantastic playwright as well as a terrifying actress. Feel free to approach her.”
Another user reprimanded and added the phrase, “Do we always use sentences when we watch a movie? I didn’t see statements like “We don’t like Salman’s personal life is full of crimes, but Salman does good work in a film” or “We don’t like Sanjay Dutt’s connections to the underworld, but the film is good.”
“Because Kangana is a patriot.” Kangana concurred and wrote:
Back to the film, Kangana Ranaut plays M. G. Ramachandran, who plays Jayalalithaa, and Arvind Swami plays Arvind Swami. A. L. Vijay shot it simultaneously, and the scripts were written by K. V. Vijayendra Prasad, Madhan Karky for Tamil, and Rajat Arora for Hindi. It was also filmed in both Tamil and Hindi. Nassar, Bhagyashree, Raj Arjun, Madhoo, Jisshu Sengupta, Thambi Ramaiah, Shamna Kasim, and Samuthirakani are also featured in the film.
In all three languages, it was published under the title Thalaivi. It was originally scheduled to be released in theatres in April 2021, but due to an increase in COVID-19 cases, it was postponed and released in September.