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Jayalalitha’s Thalaivi Teaser Trolled Hugely By Fans

Thalaivae, the story of Jayalalithaa, former Tamil Nadu chief minister, and actress, is getting ready. The biopic will be produced by AL Vijay, one of the most famous directors in Tamil. The movie will be released soon, while the teaser of the movie released. The teaser features scenes from the two periods of the actress. Following the teaser, several trolls were released on social media. Most of the people have come up with the trolls of Jayalalithaa’s Kangana look. The audience is of the opinion that Kangana has no resemblance to Jayalalithaa. There have been comments that Jayalalithaa cannot be dyed with makeup and seems artificial. Some people make fun of Kangana Rawat as a kilo of makeup.

Meanwhile, Jayalalithaa is preparing for a biopic in Tamil and Hindi. Aravind Sami plays the role of MGR. The film is about Jayalalithaa’s life from actress to Thalaivi of Tamil Nadu. And explains the story of Indian politician J Jayalalithaa, who served as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for fourteen years and was a mega movie star before that has Kangana Ranaut playing the lead role. KR Vijayendra is scripting the film. The first looks of Kangana Ranaut starrer Thailavi released earlier. The first look of Thalaivi released over the weekend and it received a mixed response on social media. Kangana Ranaut said, “Actors usually get the apparel and appearances on point but not the physical transformation.”Actors usually get the apparel and appearances on point but not the physical transformation. Vijay wanted me to resemble her as closely as possible. She (Jayalalithaa) endured a drastic physical transformation in her life,” Kangana told mid-day and added, “Having grown up as a Bharatanatyam dancer, she (J Jayalalithaa) had an hour-glass figure. Then, when she joined politics, she had an accident that demanded that she be injected with huge doses of steroids. While we could not depict all of that, we did take measures (to resemble her during these phases).”

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