Kangana Ranaut has requested the Maharashtra government to open theatres in the state as her big biopic ‘Thalaivii’ is due to hit the screens on Friday. Expressing that COVID cases are on the decline, the actress wrote, “Cases in Mahatrashtra have decline. Requesting Maharashtra Government to #OpenUpCinemas in Maharashtra and save the dying film industry and theatres business.”
The actress has been using her official Instagram account for the promotions of the film and had recently slammed the photo sharing website for ‘unprofessionalism’. She had penned, “Dear @instagram I need to add my film trailer link to my profile I am told my profile is verified so you own it now, even though I have earned and build this name and profile over many years but on insta I need your permission to add anything to my own name or profile. Your team in India tells me that they need to take permissions of their international bosses… it’s been one week feeling like a slave of bunch of white idiots….Change your East India Company attitude.” Directed by AL Vijay, ‘Thalaivii’ is based on the life of former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa. The film also stars Bhagyashree and Arvind Swami in pivotal roles.
Apart from ‘Thalaivii’, Kangana will also be seen in action entertainer ‘Dhaakad’. The actress has also started shooting for ‘Tejas’, wherein she plays the role of an air force office. Kangana has also announced ‘Manikarnika Returns: The Legend Of Didda’ and political drama ‘Emergency’ as her upcoming movies.