Kangana Ranaut Is Confident That Thalaivii Will Bring Audiences To The Theatres

From Salman Khan to Akshay Kumar, everyone has tried to get the audience back but according to Kangana Ranaut her film will do magic.



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Everyone who has seen the trailers of Thalaivii have been singing praises for Kangana Ranaut. In fact, Kangana Ranaut has gone on record to claim that Thalaivii is her career’s best thus far and she is confident that the film will bring the audiences back to the theatres. The Queen actress’ next based on the life of late Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and a former actress Jayalalitha has been the talk of the town ever since the launch of the film. The vision of the slender actress as the rotund politician was a sight everyone applauded.

Recently, the actress took to her photo-app story and shared a poster of Thalaivii, claiming, “What a gratifying experience to watch ‘Thalaivii’ best film of my career so far.” She continued, “Thalaivii’ is a theatrical experience hopefully Hindi multiplexes will also play it. I am confident it will bring audiences back to the theatres @pvrcinemas_official @inoxmovies.”

In not so much of a distant past, the actress was livid with the theatre persons for refusing to screen Thalaivii in the theatres due to the quick succession with which its digital release would have followed the Hindi release of the film. The actress had written, “In these times we must support each other and not bully or arm twist; it’s our fundamental right to recover the cost of our film which we did, we may have two weeks window for Hindi version but for South we have four weeks window yet multiplexes ganging up on us and stopping our release there as well.”

The actress even went onto call the multiplex owners cruel and unfair. But looks like, despite the name-calling, the actress is still hoping for a proper theatrical release for the film. Thalaivii is scheduled to release in the theatres on the September 10. The film is slated to release in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

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