Bollywood diva Kangna Ranaut is well known for her powerful performances and unique choice of movies. Of late, she has taken up challenging roles and has excelled in them. She has had an eventful 2019 with two of her movies - Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi and Judgementall Hai Kya, hitting the screens. Manikarnika attracted a lot of attention and following this, her next project - Thalaivi, based on the life of the late Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Dr. J. Jayalalitha, has been in the headlines. The teaser of this AL Vijay directorial was launched recently and has been on the headlines, since. Now, we hear that Kangna has signed on for another controversial movie!
There are reports that Kangna would be working in a movie based on the highly controversial Ayodhya Ram Mandir issue. KK Vijayendra Prasad, the man who has penned the scripts of some huge movies like Baahubali, Manikarnika and RRR, has penned the script for this movie also. Titled Aparajitha Ayodhya, this movie is said to be based on the Court Case angle of the Ayodhya Ram Mandir land dispute. Kangna would also be turning producer for the first time, with this project. This movie will also mark the third time collaboration between Kangna Ranaut and writer Vijayendra Prasad, after Manikarnika and Thalaivi.
Aparajitha Ayodhya is expected to go on floors from early next year and is expected to release before the end of 2020 itself. The verdict on the long-standing Ayodhya issue was delivered recently and though it wasn't widely accepted, it is still considered to be one of the most landmark verdicts with a positive disposition for all parties concerned. Meanwhile, Kangna's look as Jayalalitha in Thalaivi, has come in for a lot of flak from all quarters with many people suggesting that there were a number of other actors who would have suited the role better. This movie is expected to release simultaneously in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi. Stay tuned for updates...
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