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Bombay High Court refuses to release to Kangana Ranaut’s film,Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi.

Advocate Vivek Tambe claims that Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi movie’s actress Kangana Ranaut has gotten many historical parts wrong.

After many months,many trials,many changing of actors and directors of Kangana Ranaut’s film,Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi will release tomorrow that means January 25, 2019. The film has faced many problems after Kangana became the director.In every historical movie in Bollywood,there comes problem.We saw also problems in the releasing Padmaavat as well.

Advocate Vivek Tambe moved the High Court because he was stressed as  Kangana’s film found many historical parts wrong.Advocate Vivek Tambe  is from the 5th generation heir  of Rani Laxmibai’s lineage.

He stated that,In Manikarnika movie Rani Laxmibai’s birth year is actually 1835 but shown 1828.But actually 1828 is not.He also told that,the Queen of Jhansi has not suffered from  a miscarriage but it will shown on the movie.The producers argued that,the birth year was given by the actress and there is no scene in the miscarriage was shooted.

Central Board for Film Certification (CBFC)  counsel told that,the testing and examining committee is checking the movie before the certified and released.

He added that,certain scenes have been fictionalised and that’s not intented to hurt any people’s thought.The Bombay court now give the permission to release the film.The court told the the producers of Manikarnika movie to give the responding to the petition in two weeks.