Queen Review: Watch Jayalalithaa's powerful story in 'Queen' before 'Thalaivi'

Queen Review: Watch Jayalalithaa's powerful story in 'Queen' before 'Thalaivi'

Artists: Ramya Krishnan, Anika, Anjana Jai ​​Prakash etc.
Directors: Gautam Menon and P Murugesan
OTT: Max Player
Rating: ***

MX Player's web series 'Queen' has been in the news for a long time. It is reportedly a biopic of former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa. The makers of the series have named Jayalalithaa here as Shakti Seshadri to avoid a legal dispute. Shakti is smart in reading. Worked in films in compulsion and hoisted his flag highest in politics.

Shakti is first in studies. His mother forces him to quit his studies and work in films with him due to lack of money. Here Shakti meets GMR. To enter into certain things, power enters politics and immortalizes its name forever. The series, which is directed by Gautam Vasudev Menon and Prashant Murugesan, begins with an interview. Ramya Krishnan, who has gained fame as 'Shivagami' in 'Bahubali', has played the role of politician Shakti Seshadri in this series. The whole story moves forward on the pretext of this interview.

Anika Surendran has played a very effective role in Shakti's childhood character in the series. His acting seems completely mature by his age. Sonia Agarwal, playing the role of Shakti's mother, has also done her share of work well. Ramya Krishnan in the main character of Shakti has performed brilliantly as usual. She does full justice to her character. The flow of his dialogues and facial expressions tell everything without saying. The expressions of struggle in his life are reflected in his face and cold voice. In the character of GMR, Indrajit Sukumaram is playing a very important role in the series.

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