Kangana Ranaut: “They tell me that I want to become a politician, it’s not like that”

Kangana Ranaut:

Actor Kangana Ranaut, who is celebrating his birthday on Tuesday, launched the Thailaivi trailer and spoke about his political ideas. She said anything she says on social media platforms has nothing to do with politics because she has no “political connection.”
The National Award-winning actor was speaking at the Mumbai trailer launch on Tuesday night.

She said, “To me, the world of politics is quite unknown. If today I talk about the country, nationalism, farmers or laws that directly affect me, I am told that I want to become a politician, it is not like that. I react to everything as a citizen. I have no connection with politics at all.

Kangana then said that she didn’t understand why people got upset when she spoke about these issues. She said, “Some people are extremely upset and ask why I am talking about nationalism, why am I so concerned about talking about the Farmers Act. They have a problem with it. They can say whatever they want about it, but how dare I speak. They were so hurt and hurt that they created a scene that we have all seen.

Kangana also spoke about when his property in Mumbai was demolished. “When I was going through this mess, I was going to shoot too. They (the makers) had also set up a set of Rajya Sabha, the Parliament, where I was assaulted, in terms of what Jaya Maa had been through. We were simultaneously shooting these scenes. It would be very strange as if the reel and real life got mixed up. It was very mysterious, ”she said.

When asked by director AL Vijay if the film could create a political controversy in Tamil Nadu, he replied: “No, we don’t think so because everything is obvious and everyone knows what happened in it. Jaya Maa’s life. Maybe people do not know his cinema or his personal journey but his political journey, everyone knows it. Lots of people have written about it. There is photographic and video evidence. Vijay monsieur told us a beautiful story. We actually tried to stick with realism but have it a bit fictional for a cinematic experience. There are some dramatic scenes, but there was so much drama in his life and we were able to capture some of those great moments.

Kangana Ranaut’s Thailaivi, directed by AL Vijay and written by acclaimed writer KV Vijayendra Prasad, hits theaters on April 23.


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