After Jayalalithaa biopic, Kangana Ranaut wishes to do film on Tamil legend Kannagi

Actor Kangana Ranaut, who is as of now going for Jayalalithaa biopic Thalaivi, has uncovered her desire to do a film on well known Tamil legend Kannagi. Kannagi is the focal character of Tamil epic Silapathikaram, and is portrayed as a pure lady who retaliated for her two-timing spouse’s unjust passing by copying down Madurai.

In a media association, Kangana uncovered her enthusiasm for playing Kannagi, an unbelievable Tamil character from Silapathikaram. Evidently, Kangana found out about Kannagi through Thalaivi executive Vijay. Enlivened by the tale of the legend, she even asked Vijay to set up a content on Kannagi’s life and even communicated her desire to depict the character on screen.

In any case, nothing has been made authority yet about whether Kangana will deal with this task following the arrival of Thalaivi. Thalaivi will be made in Tamil, Hindi and Telugu. It has been titled Thalaivi in all the dialects.

Kangana, who was most recently seen in Panga, went through near a half year on preparing for this undertaking. She experienced Bharatanatyam classes, learnt Tamil and even went through hours in the prosthetic make up sessions.

The venture was declared alongside its title and first-look blurb a year ago on February 25, on the 71st commemoration of Jayalalithaa. It merits referencing that when Kangana was reported for the main job, the decision was gotten with some kickback. Not long after the declaration, Vijay explained his remain on roping in Kangana and why she’ll legitimize the character.

The film has music by GV Prakash Kumar while Nirav Shah will wrench the camera. Veteran essayist Vijayendra Prasad of Bajrangi Bhaijaan notoriety has been roped in to regulate the composing procedure.

The undertaking has been on floors in spite of Jayalalithaa’s niece J Deepa documenting a common suit in the Madras High Court to limit the group from making a biopic dependent on her auntie’s life.