Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut’s upcoming film ‘Thalaivii’ has hit another roadblock after some of the biggest multiplex chains in the country seemingly decided to not accommodate the film’s theatrical release on September 10.
Taking to her Instagram handle on Saturday, Kangana posted a Story expressing her disappointment over the decision.
She wrote, “Multiplexes have diffent rules when it comes to big heros films, they released Radhe simultaneously on ott and theatres . They have released Master with 2 weeks window, releasing Hollywood movies with simultaneous OTT release in US, but refusing to screen even the South of THALAIVII which have a 4 weeks window. @pyrcinemas official @inoxmovies the system makes sure that no woman rises and then complains why don’t we have women super stars bringing audiences to theatre on her own like men do … ”
In a subsequent IG Story, she added, “@pvrcinemas_official @inoxmovies says they are on ventilator but even then bullying harassment and ganging up seems their top most priority…. Simply explains why they are in this state in the first place …. Hope better sense prevails content makers have too many options to showcase their work but we need to multiplexes support to save them ….”
Earlier, on Friday, in a lengthy statement, the ‘Queen’ actor had initially shared her plight with her fans regarding the entire scenario. Stating that she was “heartbroken”, Kangana had urged the multiplex owners to help each other in these trying times.