Kangana Ranaut on Manikarnika: I don’t think we make these kind of movies anymore; shows how indulgent we are

Kangana Ranaut reiterated why Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi is therefore special to her. Kangana Ranaut is geared up to enthrall us all with the period film Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi whereby the actress is going to be seen bringing Rani Laxmibai to life on celluloid. Kangana is extraordinarily excited about the project provided that it’s conjointly the project she has helmed midway. The film is emotional in Tamil and Telugu also except Hindi. The actress spoke to the media at the Tamil trailer launch of the film in Chennai whereby she stressed that we do not make movies like these any longer. She said. “In my 12 years of career, I never got to do a film like this. I don’t think we make these kinds of movies. Shows how indulgent we are. We have tried to keep the history as precise as possible. Like how Indians don’t support Indians. When I signed this film my first thought was ‘How come nobody has done a film on Jhansi Ki Rani yet?’ So, I consider it a stroke of luck that I’m doing it. Rani Laxmi Bai was known for her rebellious attitude.”
Kangana additional however she as a lady connected to the character. “Was I able to relate to her character? Naturally. As a woman, she had gone through a lot. She got married when she was 15 or so. She was a true patriot who wanted her country to flourish. It’s an honor to be able to pay a tribute to her through our upcoming film Manikarnika,”
Kangana additional. Manikarnika releases on January 25, 2019.