Chandramukhi 2, the latest horror-comedy featuring Kangana Ranaut and Raghava Lawrence, is currently enjoying a successful run in cinemas. Despite facing tough competition from The Vaccine War and Fukrey 3, the film has still managed to surpass the 28 crore rupee mark in India’s box office earnings.
Chandramukhi 2 Casts
In the movie, Raghava Lawrence takes on the dual roles of Pandiyan and Vettaiyan, while Kangana Ranaut leads the cast as Chandramukhi. Joining them in the ensemble are Lakshmi Menon, Raadhika Sarathkumar, Mahima Nambiar, Srushti Dange, Rao Ramesh, and Subiksha Krishnan. The film’s release spans across multiple Indian languages, including Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada.
Chandramukhi 2 OTT Release Date
Directed by P. Basu, this film serves as a sequel to the 2005 release “Chandramukhi,” which featured Rajinikanth and Jyotika in the lead roles. Notably, a prominent online streaming platform has reportedly secured the OTT rights for this movie at a substantial fee, as per Bollywoodlife.
Thought of Kangana on Chandramukhi 2 movie
Speaking about the diverse interpretations of success for individuals, Kangana expressed on her Instagram stories, “Success holds myriad meanings, and art serves not only as entertainment but also as a means to engage and inspire. Above all, it provides a platform for an individual to extend, connect, and express themselves, and it’s essential to grant artists the freedom to be authentic in their creative journey. This is a fundamental birthright of an artist, and we shouldn’t judge or condemn them for being true to themselves.”
She continued, “Success in art comes in various forms. If a film is crafted excellently, it’s a success on one level, but if it doesn’t resonate with a particular audience, it may be considered a failure on another level. Similarly, a poorly made film might find success in some way, but it could still be deemed a failure by different standards. Yet, what constitutes ‘good’ or ‘bad’ in art remains subjective. What resonates with me in a film, painting, music, or drama may not captivate my friend, mother, or household staff. Conversely, what appeals to others might not align with my tastes. Everyone’s expectations and requirements from art vary.”
Kangana emphasized, “Therefore, it’s crucial to report and discuss art with responsibility. Each person is grappling with their own challenges, and it’s imperative to approach conversations with courtesy and kindness. If you fail to comprehend, be prepared to have it explained to you in your own language.”