Kangana Ranaut Film Thalaivi Makers Faces Loss Of 5 Crores And Fears Parliament

Corona virus has become a disaster for the film industry. The industry is facing crores of losses due to the lockdown and the financial crisis has arisen in front of the daily workers due to the stoppage of shooting. At the same time, sets made for film shooting are also slowly deteriorating. The set of actress Kangana Ranut’s upcoming film Khalaivi is also on the verge of malfunction. Actually, Parliament was set for the shooting of the film and due to the lockdown the shooting of the film is closed. In such a situation, there is no shooting on the set.

At the same time, the rainy season is also going on under lockdown across the country. In such a situation, it is being speculated that if the rain comes in place of the film set, then the whole set of Parliament can be spoiled. If this happens, then the film makers can suffer a lot of damage. It is being told that the makers had spent Rs 5 crore to make this set of Parliament and in such a situation it can be very difficult to rebuild it.

Please tell that a set of Parliament House was built in Ramakrishna Cine Studios, on which the threat of rain is hovering. According to the report of Bollywood Hagamma, the producer of the film Shailesh Singh says that he will have to finish shooting before the monsoon arrives, otherwise the monsoon could be a problem. Also, two shooting sets have been made in Hyderabad and Chennai, which can also get spoiled due to rain.

A lot of money is being spent by the makers for this film. At the same time, Kangana Ranot is also working hard for her character i.e. former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, which includes fitness etc. The film is based on Jayalalithaa’s life, in which different stages of Jayalalithaa’s life will have to be shown, so Kangana will have to work hard.

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