Happy Birthday: Kangana Ranaut wishes ‘Thalaivi’ director AL Vijay a happy birthday, wrote – Happy birthday to my favorite director and team’s Thalaivi

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Kangana Ranaut posted some candid photos from behind the scenes from the sets of the film ‘Thalaivi’ on social media and wrote a beautiful note on her favorite director AL Vijay’s birthday. In the note, Kangana wrote, “Happy birthday to my most favorite director and team Thalaivi with whom I have worked.”

‘Thalaivi’ was scheduled to release in theaters on April 23

‘Thalaivi’ was set to release in theaters on April 23, but the film was postponed due to the second wave of corona in the country. Announcing the delay in the release, the makers of ‘Thalaivi’ shared in a statement, “Since the film has been made in multiple languages, we would like it to release in all languages ​​on the same day. But in the cases of Corona. With alarmingly rising growth, despite precautions and lockdown, even though our film is gearing up for a release on April 23, we want to extend our support to the government’s terms and conditions. That’s why we decided to postpone ‘Thalaivi’. The decision has been taken.”

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AL Vijay has directed the film

Kangana will be seen in the role of actress and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa in this film. Jayalalithaa’s journey from film to politics will be shown in the film. Kangana had also gained a lot of weight to get into the role of Jayalalithaa. The film is directed by AL Vijay who has been a part of several Tamil and Telugu films.

Kangana will be seen in ‘Dhaakad’

Apart from the film ‘Thalaivi’, Kangana will also be seen in the film ‘Dhaakad’. Directed by Rajneesh Ghai, the action entertainer will also feature Arjun Rampal and Divya Dutta in pivotal roles. Makers are planning to release this film on October 1, 2021. Apart from this, Kangana also has ‘Tejas’ in which she will be seen in the role of an Air Force officer.

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