After the trailer launch of Kangana Ranaut-starrer Thalaivi, many have been impressed with the sneak-peek the makers provided into late Tamil Nadu chief minister and former actor J Jayalalithaa’s life. However, what a big chunk of viewers may have missed is this vital distinction within the Tamil and Hindi trailers for the movie.
While each the variations of Thalaivi trailer are largely the identical, there are some minor modifications right here and there so as to keep the circulate of the film. This is principally executed as a result of the languages and audiences are completely different, subsequently, the numerous interpretations of the identical sequence within the type of dialogues have been used within the promos.
WATCH: Thalaivi’s Tamil trailer
WATCH: Thalaivi’s Hindi trailer
But the visuals that make up each the trailers are largely the identical barring one stark distinction. While within the Hindi trailer, we see a bunch of males bowing all the way down to Kangana’s Jayalalithaa at one level, this scene is lacking within the Tamil video. The stated scene seems in the direction of the top of the trailer as Kangana ominously utters these traces — “Look at me as a mother and I will hold you in my heart. But if you see me just as a ‘woman’…”
Now the rationale behind these edits is a thriller, one can solely make guesses at this level about why this determination was taken by the Thalaivi crew. Is it as a result of the makers stored in thoughts the nuances of Tamil politics or was the scene merely employed within the Hindi model of the biopic for a dramatic impact?
Directed by AL Vijay, Thalaivi will launch in theatres on April 23.