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After Akshay Kumar’s Sooryavanshi, Kangana Ranaut’s Thalaivi postponed amid COVID-19 spike | Films Information

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After Akshay Kumar’s Sooryavanshi, Kangana Ranaut’s Thalaivi postponed amid COVID-19 spike | Films Information

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MUMBAI: The makers of actor Kangana Ranaut’s upcoming biopic ‘Thalaivi’ on Friday (April 9) introduced they’ve deferred the discharge of the movie as a result of surge in coronavirus instances throughout India.

The multilingual biographical movie relies on the lifetime of J Jayalalithaa, the late actress-turned politician who served six instances because the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. The movie was scheduled to launch in theatres on April 23, 2021.

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In an announcement posted on Twitter, manufacturing home Zee Studios stated the crew has determined to push the discharge as individuals’s security is their precedence. “Because the movie has been made in a number of languages, we wish to launch it in all languages on the identical day. However with an alarming rise in COVID-19 instances, subsequent precautions and lockdowns, despite the fact that our movie is prepared for launch on twenty third April, we wish to prolong all of the assist in the direction of the federal government guidelines and rules and have determined to postpone launch of ‘Thalaivi,'” the assertion learn.

Jayalalithaa biopic

(Thalaivi movie nonetheless)

 

‘Thalaivi’ is directed by AL Vijay and written by KV Vijayendra Prasad. Other than Kangana Ranaut, it additionally stars Arvind Swami, Madhoo, Prakash Raj, Jisshu Sengupta, Bhagyashree in key roles. The movie has been concurrently shot in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu languages.

Earlier this week, the makers of Akshay Kumar-starrer ‘Sooryavanshi’ additionally introduced that the cop-drama has been pushed and won’t be launched on April 30 as a result of surge in COVID-19 instances.

India registered a report single-day spike of 1,31,968 new COVID-19 instances on Friday (April 9), pushing its an infection tally to 1,30,60,542, whereas the demise toll elevated to 1,67,642 with 780 extra fatalities in a day. 





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