‘Thalaivi’: Jayalalithaa’s niece to file a case against the makers of this Kangana Ranaut starrer?

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Kangana Ranaut is grabbing headlines ever since the makers of Jayalalithaa’s biopic unveiled the much-awaited teaser of their film, ‘Thalaivi’. However, the netizens were left in shock after watching Kangana in Jayalalithaa’s avatar.

The actress even got trolled by the netizens for not doing justice to the late politician’s look. Now, we hear that Jayalalithaa’s niece Deepa has got the permission of the court to send legal notice to the makers of ‘Thalaivi’.

It all started in the month of November, when Jayalalithaa’s niece, J Deepa had complaint against the makers of the web show-‘Queen‘ which was based on the life of her aunt and the former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. Apparently, Deepa had slammed the makers of the show, for playing with the reputation of her family and invading their privacy. Now as per The News Minute report, Deepa has been granted permission from Madra High Court to send a legal notice to the makers of Kangana Ranaut’s film, ‘Thalaivi’.

Reportedly Deepa claims that she is the legal heir of the former AIADMK chief and the filmmakers should have contacted her before making a film or a web show on her aunt’s life. She even stated that the makers of any film or shows do not have the legal rights to make a project which might affect her aunt’s and, by extension, her family’s privacy and reputation.

The makers of ‘Thalaivi’ had unveiled the teaser of their film ahead of the death anniversary of J Jayalalithaa i.e December 5. The makers are yet to respond to Deepa’s claim.

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