If there is one good thing about the lockdown amidst the fast-spreading coronavirus, it is the quality time that has been gifted to families which was otherwise lost in the hustle bustle of one’s work life and Panga star Kangana Ranaut seems to be living it to the fullest. In a recent set of viral pictures, Kangana was seen enjoying a champi session from her mommy and fans can’t help but relate as they too relish in the nostalgia courtesy the quarantine period. Also Read - Adhyayan Suman Lauds Kangana Ranaut For Fighting Nepotism in Industry, Says 'Hats off to Her'

Taking to her Instagram handle, Kangana’s team shared her pictures featuring her soaking in the sun while her mother oil-massaged her hair. Seated on a rug in their Manali house’s garden, with the picturesque backdrop of mountains amping up the exotic look, Kangana and her mother look like a painting. The pictures were captioned, “Today is brought to you by this incredible childhood nostalgia thanks to Kangana and her mom. PS: the oil is made from a special nut, Chuli, found especially in the mountains…
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Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut has donated Rs 25 lakh to the Prime Minister’s Care fund in order to help the nation amid the coronavirus scare which has infected more than 2,000 people across India and has caused 56 deaths in the country so far. The Bollywood queen has made a donation of Rs 25 lakh and her sister revealed the same on micro-blogging site Twitter recently.

On the professional front, Kangana has been shooting for the first official biopic, Thalaivi, made on the former CM of Tamil Nadu, late J. Jayalalithaa. Kangana has been working extremely hard to polish her skills. Directed by AL Vijay, Thalaivi is slated to hit the screens on February 20, next year. The film is being made on a grand budget and trails Amma’s life from the age of 16 to her filmy career, her political rise, illness and death. The first look of Kangana as the former CM of Tamil Nadu was recently released to mixed reviews. A section of the audience found her look too-gimmicky-for-biopic and criticised the team for making Kangana look extremely funny. However, some others appreciated the actor for her hard work and patience with the prosthetics.

After wrapping up Thalaivi, Kangana Ranaut is set to get in the role of an Indian Air Force pilot for her next film titled Tejas. Directed by debutant Sarvesh Mewara and produced by Ronnie Screwvala, the film is set for an April 2021 release and will be going on the floors in mid-summer this year.