Actress Kangana Ranaut is happy to be back on a film set after her lockdown break.
On Monday, she shared pictures from the set of her upcoming film "Thalaivi".
In the stills, she is seen conversing with director AL Vijay.
"These are some stills from yesterday's early morning scene discussion with my absolutely talented and most affectionate director A.L Vijay ji, there are many amazing places in this world but the most soothing and comforting to me is a film set," she tweeted.
"Thalaivi" is a biopic of late Tamil Nadu chief minister J. Jayalalithaa. The film will release in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi.
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