Kangana Ranaut recently wrapped up the shoot of Chandramukhi 2 and also penned a note for co-star Raghava Lawrence, by whom she feels very inspired.
Ranaut took to Instagram, where she shared a picture posing with Lawrence and wrote, "As I am about to complete my role in Chandramukhi today, I find it very difficult to say bye to many wonderful people that I met, such a lovely crew I had, I didn't have any pictures with Raghava Lawrence sir because we are always in film costumes so this morning before shoot started, I requested for one."
"I am so inspired by sir who is popularly known as Lawrence master because he started his career as a choreographer, actually as a back dancer, but today he is not only a blockbuster filmmaker/superstar but also an incredibly lively, kind and wonderful human being. Thank you for your kindness, amazing sense of humour and all the advance gifts for my birthday, sir. Had such a great time working with you."
The film's prequel, which released in 2005, starred superstar Rajanikanth and Jyothika Saravanan. Chandramukhi (2005) was a remake of the Malayalam film Manichitrathazhu (1993) and was adapted in Hindi as the Akshay Kumar-starrer Bhool Bhulaiyaa (2007).
In Chandramukhi 2, Ranaut will be seen playing the role of a renowned dancer in the king's court who's known for her breathtaking beauty. The film is directed by P. Vasu. The actress also has Tejas in which she essays the role of an Indian Air Force pilot, Emergency and Noti Binodini lined up for release.