Kangana Ranaut on nepotism in South film industry: "Outsiders are not subject to bullying, groupism"
On account of the trailer launch of Thalaivi, Kangana Ranaut opened up about nepotism and groupism in Southern film Industry; read on.
Actor Kangana Ranaut will be see acing the role of former late chief Miniter of Tamil Nadu Jayalalithaa; in her upcoming movie,Thalaivi. The actress spoke about nepotism and gangism in South film industry on account of the trailer launch in Chennai on Tuesday.
The actress said that since Thalaivi is a cumulation of many industries, she has noticed nepotism, but there are no groups or gangs and outsiders are not subject to bullying.
She further added, "They are very supportive and loving towards people who come from outside. There is encouragement from their side. I have experienced it here. I don't want to leave. I hope I do many more films here."
The trailer of Thalaivi was launched on Tuesday March 23. Kangana is garnering praises for her portrayal of Jayalalithaa's role. Fan's have already declared it as a blockbuster.
Even Kangana is super optimistic about the movie; during the trailer launch, she revealed that it was tough for her to adapt to the South Indian accent. She is not close to it but tried to give her best. The film will relese worldwide in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu on April 23, 2021.