The first song of Kangana Ranaut led Thalaivi, a movie based mostly on the lifetime of former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and actor J Jayalalithaa is out. Titled “Chali Chali”, the song captures the ‘golden era of Jayalalithaa’. The song has been sung by Saindhavi Prakash and its lyrics have been penned by Irshad Kamil.
“Chali Chali” chronicles Jayalalithaa’s journey within the Indian cinema. It has Kangana recreating many appears to be like of the late actor, ranging from her debut film. She appears to be like beautiful as she replicates the attraction that Jayalalithaa exuded on display in her heydays.
Jayalalithaa acted in additional than 120 movies in a number of languages, together with, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam and Hindi. She even acted in an English movie titled, Epistle, which got here out in 1961. She debuted in Kollywood with the 1965 movie Vennira Aadai.
Before releasing the song in the present day, Kangana had shared its teaser on Thursday. While sharing it, the 34-year-old actor had written, “The time capsule to #Thalaivi’s superstar era has arrived. Get ready to be mesmerized by her aura!”
The trailer of Thalaivi was launched on Kangana’s thirty fourth birthday, and it was applauded by the viewers and folks from the movie business. It showcased how Jayalalithaa reworked from the highest feminine star of the Tamil movie business to a drive to be reckoned with on the earth of politics. The trailer additionally featured actor Arvind Swami within the function of MGR, a mentor determine to Jayalalithaa.
Thalaivi is directed by AL Vijay and its script is written by Baahubali author KV Vijayendra Prasad. At the trailer launch of the movie, Kangana heaped praises on her director Vijay. “I really fall short of words when I talk about him. The mere thought of him brings a smile to my face wherever I am. The first time when we met, we were doing a make-up test in California. And he was just surviving on water. Because he can’t eat even in places where there is a trace of cruelty. He got me intrigued as I thought he was a very strange person,” she recalled.
The movie is scheduled to hit the theatres on April 23.