Kangana Ranaut is leaving no stone unturned to give her best bit in preparation before the shoot of Jayalalitha biopic resume by the end of this year. The actress who is all charged up to South Indian film industry after more than a decade recently said that she thinks her entire team of Thalaivi are far more sensitive than Bollywood where she has worked pre-dominantly.
Kangana who featured in Tamil film ‘Dhaam Dhoom’ also starring Jayam Ravi and Jayram during the initial years of her career during an event was asked about what took her so long to come back to the Tamil film industry.
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To this question, she said that she doesn't know and in turn played back the question on director of Thalaivi, Vijay why they didn’t offer her films here. Vijay recalled an instance that once he had narrated a script and never heard back from Kangana.
The actress responding to that situation said that she has no idea in what state of mind she was at that time and she doesn’t even remember meeting Vijay. She said that when she started her career at the age of 16, she went through different kinds of phases. But she is glad to be back in the Tamil industry and that too, with a very good project.
Further speaking about her experience so far about working for the Tamil film industry, she said that the entire team, including Vijay and producer Vishnu and his wife, are very kind and people in this industry are quite sensitive as compared to Bollywood, where she finds people to be a bit thick-skinned.
Kangana has been learning the classical dance form Bharatnatyam and South Indian languages to get in the skin of the character.
Recently Kangana d visited the Mahatma Green India Mission nursery at Isha Yoga Center where she learnt to fill soil in sapling bags and sowed the seeds of poovarasu tree.
Besides Thalaivi, Kangana will be seen in sports-drama Panga and action thriller Dhakaad.