Thalaivii: Fans call Kangana Ranut ‘power house of acting’, demand a sequel – see Twitter reactions

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Kangana Ranaut’s Thalaivii has been released in theatres and is getting mostly positive reviews from those who have seen it. The film is based on the life of a South actress and late Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa. It has been released in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu languages. People are hailing Kangana’s performance. Here’s a look at some of the reactions:

#Thalaivi @KanganaTeam you are a power house of acting,you carried the aura of #Jayalalitha like no body can, #aravindswamy lived in the character of MGR, BGM and production design are top notch, watch it

Laxmi Sriram (@sriram4films) September 10, 2021

Nice movie Do we need wait for part 2 ?? We miss lot other stories which is more interesting than Amma’s political career beginning.. #Thalaivi #KanganaRanaut #ALVijay https://t.co/jbCsWGu0Iz

Rajamurugan (@Rajamur84589115) September 10, 2021

Some even felt Kangana and Arvind Swami deserve National Awards.

I never thought #KanganaRanaut and @thearvindswami justify the Role like this.. They just apt and lived as character of JJ and MGR.. Deserves for National Award.. #Thalaivi https://t.co/M8iLkC48j5

Thala na Mass (@king_maker07) September 10, 2021

#Thalaivi – Just Outstanding! Awesome Act from #KanganaRanaut Jayalalitha and @thearvindswami as MGR, @thondankani as RMV.. They steal the Show… Good Theatrical experience, Goosebumps moments Guranted.. Good Direction #ALVijay.. #worthwatch

Thala na Mass (@king_maker07) September 10, 2021

Anyone planning to watch #Thalaivi tomorrow, day after or one week later..!!! Count me in, I can watch it a hundred more times!!! #Amma

Abishek jacob (@Abiadmk) September 10, 2021

Meanwhile, BollywoodLife gave Thalaivii 2.5 stars in its review and wrote: “Uninspiring, unimaginative, pedestrian, one-dimensional, excessively formulaic, unbelievably cliched and surprisingly incomplete Thalaivii is definitely not the biopic that a polarising figure of Jayalalithaa’s stature demanded, and barring a handful of rousing moments, it’s completely down to Kangana Ranaut’s feminist power, Arvind Swami’s retro charm, Raj Arjun’s nasty persona and Nassar’s slimy subtlety to save the day.”
So, have you watched the film? Tweet to us @bollywood_life and let us know.