Ekta Kapoor says she is ‘overwhelmed’ after watching Kangana Ranaut’s ‘Thaliavii’, calls the actress ‘league of her own’ – Eagles Vine

Ekta Kapoor recently heaped praise on Kangana Ranaut after watching his recently released film, ‘Thalaivii’.

Taking to her Instagram handle, Ekta shared a poster of her film along with a long heartfelt post. The producer stated that she was overwhelmed after watching the movie and also called the ‘Queen’ star a league of her own.

Check out the post here:

She wrote, ‘This is a post that’s coming out of an overwhelmed me. Saw Thalaivii last night and am stunned by the magnitude of scale, perfection, the detailing and the nuanced performances. Director Vijay has brought out the best in every characterr. Arvind Swamy, Raj Arjun, Madhoo have excelled in their performances. The wizard of words Rajat Arora delivers a clap trap. The perfect ode to Jaya Lalitha.’

She further added, ‘Finally Kangana Ranaut – An actor par excellence. A league of her own Kangana is probably one of the few actors who not only gets into the skin of the character but takes the effort to physically transform herself with every role she plays. At no point do you feel this is not Jaya herself. Kangna has perfected every aspect of the era from the physical appearance, voice modulation, to feeling the humiliation that Jaya Lalitha felt and striking back. Kangna makes this film probably one of the most watchable experiences of the year. So happy my friend to know an actor like you. Thalaivii is a must watch !!! @kanganaranaut @rajarjunofficial @arvind swamy.’

Kangana is seen essaying the role of the late actress-turned-politician J Jayalalithaa in the movie. She went through extreme physical transformation in order to get into the skin of the character. The film has been garnering positive reviews from the audience and the critics alike.


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