Remember Kangana Ranaut making pakodas to celebrate PM Narendra Modi’s bumper victory on May 23? Posting photos straight out of her kitchen, Kangana had said: ‘What Modi Ji stands for are very strong set of ideas, vision and strength of human ambition. It needs a headstrong nation to be in sync with future possibilities of greatness. Where we stand today, to even dream of a glorious tomorrow needs audacity. We as a nation are ready for it with Modi Ji. There's nothing more precious than it. I'm over the moon today, literally!’ Cut to September, we now have another Modi fan in Kangana’s family and we are not talking about the superstar!
It's none other than Kangana’s 2-year-old nephew, who turns out to be a huge admirer of the Prime Minister. His mother and Kangana’s sister Rangoli Chandel took to Twitter to share an adorable video of 2-year-old Prithvi. Captioning the clip, Rangoli said that, ‘Our whole family loves Modi ji so much, probably 2nd word Prithvi learnt after Maa is Modi.’ In the video, when asked who is our ‘Pradhan Mantri’, Prithvi replies in his sweet voice – Modi.
Our whole family loves Modi ji so much, probably 2nd word Prithvi learnt after Maa is Modi ðŸ˜‚ðŸ˜‚ðŸ˜‚ðŸ˜‚ pic.twitter.com/QgXv9NQaKX— Rangoli Chandel (@Rangoli_A) September 4, 2019
Rangoli, who is very active on social media, had previously wished PM Modi for his stellar poll victory. “Today no party, no individual won, today is that historic day when India won. We are very fortunate to have a leader like Narendra Modi ji in our times, this is the beginning of a new era, time to break free and regain our lost glory. Bharat Mata ki Jai. Jai Hind," Rangoli had said on micro-blogging site.
On work front, Kangana’s last release was Judgementall Hai Kya'. It also starred a very talented Rajkumar Rao. She is also making all kinds to effort to get into the character of former Tamil Nadu Chief minister Jayalalithaa in her biopic. The makers have titled the movie Jaya for its Hindi version but Kangana according to reports has asked the filmmakers to release the movie in all languages with the same title - Thalaivi to cultivate the importance the ancient language.
“Director AL Vijay and the team had refrained from using Thalaivi as the title since they felt that the word would alienate audience beyond the South belt. However, Kangana recently had a word with the makers and pointed out that Bollywood films have often had titles that may not be necessarily Hindi, but have stayed true to the film’s milieu. An example being Kai Po Che (2013), that derived its title from the Gujarati phrase and went wonderfully with the story,” the source said.
Kangana is taking Bharatnatyam lessons for her role, and it was recently revealed that she will also shoot a grand retro song for the film, which will feature more than 100 dancers. The film will go on floors in end of October.