Kajol Speaks Of Unsung Sheroes Ahead Of The Release Of Her Film 'Tanhaji'

Publish On: 09 Jan, 2020 05:48 PM | Updated   |   Harshita  

MUMBAI: Ajay Devgn's 100th film 'Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior' is about to release and it will be extra special as we will get to see him along with his real-life wife Kajol after so long. The couple has been on a promotional spree and during the same, outspoken and lovely Kajol spoke how women also go unsung. 

Speaking in an interview, the Dilwale actress expressed how females go unnoticed for everything she does in her life. She said, "I always feel that the unsung warriors are also women. We may not have fought with a sword, but we fought with a lot more. Multi-tasking seems to come naturally to all of us."

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Kajol plays the role of Savitri Malusare who was Tanhaji's wife and backed him in all his decisions. Through the movie, we will not only get to know about Tanhaji Malusare's life but will also trace the struggles of Savitri also. The movie stars Saif Ali Khan in the role of a protagonist Udai Bhan.

Kajol also shared her experience of portraying such a big role in a big-budget historical movie. She is seen in a typical Marathi avatar and looks perfect in the trailer but she also faced some difficulties. She said, "The real challenge was to make it look like I did this every day, that I was completely comfortable wearing the nauvari. When you wear it, it’s a different experience."

The movie will release on 10th January clashing with Deepika Padukone's 'Chhpaak'. However, the odds are certainly in favor of Ajay Devgn's film as the Meghna Gulzar directorial is surrounded by too many controversies and thus, people are starting to boycott it. So, if we have to guess the winner of this box-office war, there are high chances of 'Tanhaji'. 

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But, if we go by history, every time any of Deepika's movies go through several controversies, it reaches another level of success. Thus, only time will tell for whom the audience will reach the theatres.