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Kangana Ranaut Requests Maharashtra Government To Open Theatres.

On the occasion of the release of her new film ‘Thalaivii, Kangana asks the government to open theatres.
by Abdul Azeez | September 06, 2021 18:43 IST
Kangana Ranaut Requests Maharashtra Government To Open Theatres.

Kangana Ranaut has asked the Maharashtra government to open theatres in the state ahead of the release of her new film ‘Thalaivii’ on Friday. The actress used her official Instagram to express her concerns about the release of the new film.

 
She pointed out that the cases in Maharashtra have declined. Adding, she requested the government to open theatres to save the dying industry.
 
“Cases in Maharashtra have declined. Requesting Maharashtra Government to #OpenUpCinemas in Maharashtra and save the dying film industry and theatres business;” Kangana wrote on her Instagram story.
 
The film Thalaivii is based on the life of the late Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalitha. AL Vijay directs the film Thalaivii. Bhagyashree and Arvind Swami both play important roles in the film.
 
The actress has been promoting the film on her official Instagram account. Recently, Kangana slammed the photo-sharing platform Instagram for being “unprofessional.”
 
She had written: “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 instal I need your permission to add anything to my own name or profile. Your team in India tells me that they need to take permission of their international bosses... it’s been one week feeling like a slave of bunch of white idiots....Change your East India Company attitude.”
 
Aside from ‘Thalaivii,’ Kangana will act in the action comedy film ‘Dhaakad.' The actress has already begun filming on the film ‘Tejas,' in which she plays an air force officer. Kangana's has two new film in her kitty as well. This includes 'Manikarnika Returns: The Legend Of Didda' and the political drama 'Emergency.'


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