As the lockdown is all set to go down and things are getting relaxed in the market, the last to get the green signal is the B Town. The state government is yet to give their nod for the film. The filmmakers are now planning for fresh dates and schedules for resuming work. Kangana Ranaut who is seen doing the biopic based on J Jayalalithaa titled Thalaivi as the lockdown resumes.
The film has its climax remaining to shoot the film, which would require people in bulk. As per reports, there are around more than 300 people who are needed to shoot the film. For such a shoot, one would need to follow the guidelines, which seemed to be missing at the moment. The team would need another 25 days to shoot for the film. As per reports, the climax will have the sequence where Kangana will be coming out of the state legislative assembly and there is a huge crowd waiting for her to greet.
The makers are planning to shoot the sequel for a big level hence they would need proper guidelines for the same. It will need a complete 100 per cent staff to shoot the same, but with the current guidelines, we see only 33 per cent of people are allowed to shoot. This will not suffice the requirements for the climax. The film is based on the late CM of Tamil Nadu and is directed by Vijay, while it also has Arvind Swamy. It is produced by Vishnu Vardhan Iduri and Shailesh R Singh. The film will be released on 26th June, 2020 but with the climax still remaining and it will require loads of people, it is kept on hold.