Kangana Ranaut traveled to Memory Lane on the occasion of Fraternal Day, as she shared childhood photos with her sister Rangoli Chandel and brother Akshat Ranaut. She also revealed that she had an older brother but died as an infant.
Is it the present day, mother had a child, she died as an infant without any reason, I think we are three, the child who is divided into three pieces, yes, there are many such wonderful similes. , A rare photograph of Nanaji Thakur Inder Singh has also been found, along with Ranaut, she wrote, as she posted images on Twitter.
Is it sibling day today? Mother had a child before us for no reason he died as an infant, I feel we three are that child who is split in three pieces ha ha, have many such fantastic analogies, also found a rare picture of Nanaji Thakur Inder Singh n great granpa Ranaut together ❤️ pic.twitter.com/ON98vn7Bjd
– Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) April 10, 2021
Last year, in September, Kangana spoke about her close relationship with Rangoli and Akshat, saying so much that it felt as if she was ‘one consciousness divided’ into three. She had posted pictures of her while enjoying her time in Manali and wrote, My mother already had a child who did not make it, I am a child caught between older sister and younger brother who often feels that We are divided into one consciousness three.
My mother had a child before us who did not make it, I am the middle child caught between older sister and younger brother often feel we are one consciousness split in three ❤️ pic.twitter.com/z2DcNeROhd
– Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) September 27, 2020
Kangana will be seen in AL Vijay’s Thalavi, which leads the visit of Jayalalithaa, former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. The film was set to release in theaters this month but has been delayed due to increasing cases of Kovid-19 across the country.
“We are extremely grateful for the tremendous response and unconditional love you have shown for the live trailer.” As a team, we have sacrificed a lot in making this film and thank every member of the cast and crew who supported us in this challenging but remarkable journey, the makers said in a statement, they release the film Would like to do All languages on the same day.
But with an alarming increase in Kovid-19 cases, subsequent precautions and lockdown, even as our film is set for release on 23 April, we want to extend all support to the government’s rules and regulations and release of Thalaivi Has decided to postpone.