Manikarnika Casts Kangana Ranaut,Atul Kulkarni, Jisshu Sengupta in lead roles.
Manikarnika is directed by Krish Jagarlamudi and Kanagana Ranaut under Kairos Kontent Studios banner. Music composed by Shankar–Ehsaan–Loy, Cinematography by Kiran Deohans, Gnana Shekar V.S.
Manikarnika(Kangana Ranaut) born in Varanasi and married to Raja Gangadhar Rao Maharaja of the state Jhansi and afterwards, her name changed to Laxmi Bhai. Then she is popularised with the name called Jhansi Laxmi Bhai. At the same time, East India Company is expanding in India. British rulers try to capture the Jhansi Kingdom. She refuses the meetings with them. Hence, the British rulers try to bring Jhansi into their control anyway. What kind of events took place? How did Laxmi Bhai Fight with British Rulers? Forms the rest of crux
The film begins with the voice of Amithab Bachan explaining the situation in India before British rulers entry. After that story shifts to Manikarnika, In the first Half, how Manikarnika born and brought up and her courageous bravery was shown, after marriage how the life of Queen Jhansi begins is shown. Original story begins in the second half. Apart from the familiar story of the Jhansi family, the crucial events of the 1800s, including the Meerut sepoy revolt, were made in the story by directors Krish Jagarlamudi and Kangana Ranaut. Visual effects are perfect. The cinematography is good will take the viewer during that period. Songs are average but back ground music is good. Production values are excellent.
Manikarnika lived the role of Jhansi, she has shown her acting skills in an extraordinary way. There is no doubt this film is a big milestone in Kangana Ranaut carrier. Other actors also performed well. Kulbushan Karbanda as the chief advisor of Jhansi, Jishu Sengupta as Maharaja Gangadhar Rao, Atul Kulkarni as Manikarna's ally Tatya Tope, Suresh Oberoi as Peshwa Baji Rao II, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayub as Raja Gangadhar Rao's cousin Sadashiv, Ankita Lokhande and Prajakta Mali as Jhalkari Bai and Kashi Bai citizens of Jhansi. War scenes are excellently choreographed.
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