In a stunning display of her acting prowess, Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has been honoured with the Best Actress in a Leading Role award for her performance in the film "Thalaivii" at the prestigious Oska Tamil International Film Festival. The actress took to her Instagram story to express her heartfelt gratitude for recognising and appreciating her work.
Kangana Ranaut, known for her impeccable performances and fearless portrayals of diverse characters, once again captivated audiences with her image of the legendary actress and politician, J. Jayalalithaa, in the biographical film "Thalaivii."
The film beautifully depicted the life and journey of the iconic figure, showcasing her resilience and determination in the face of adversity.
The Oska Tamil International Film Festival, known for celebrating excellence in Tamil cinema, acknowledged Kangana's outstanding performance and presented her with the prestigious Best Actress in a Leading Role award. This recognition further solidifies Kangana's reputation as one of the finest talents in the industry.
Sharing the same, she wrote, "Thank you for this honour..Thalaivii is indeed a piece of my heart..many thanks for this Acknowledgement"
Kangana Ranaut expressed her gratitude and took to her Instagram story to share her joy and appreciation. She thanked the organizers of the Oska Tamil International Film Festival for recognizing her work and honouring her with the esteemed award. The actress also expressed her heartfelt gratitude to her fans and well-wishers for their unwavering support and love throughout her journey.
Kangana's win at the Oska Tamil International Film Festival is a testament to her dedication, hard work, and exceptional acting skills. Talking about Kangana Ranaut's work front, she will be next seen in the film 'Tejas' directed by Sarvesh Mewada. Produced by Ronnie Screwvala, the film will be released in July or August. Apart from this, the actress also has 'Emergency', where she will be seen playing the role of former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.