First Look Poster: Krish & Kangana's Manikarnika

First Look Poster: Krish & Kangana's Manikarnika

First Look Poster: Krish & Kangana's Manikarnika

The lyricist Prasoon Joshi and the writer of great films like Baahubali and Bajrangi Bhaijan, V Vijayendra Prasad have written the script of this film.

Krish, Kangna and Manikarnika - The Queen of Jhansi team are also to perform Ganga Aarti today in Varanasi after the press meet.

The actress, who will play Rani Laxmi Bai in the film, was present at its press conference, which was also attended by Shankar Mahadevan, Ehsaan Noorani and Loy Mendonsa, who have composed music for the film. "I feel whatever I have done in the last 11 years has led me to it, it completes me, I am 30 now and I don't see myself working with another director after this". Draped in traditional saree, which she teamed with an orange brocade blouse and traditional jewellery, Kangana did not look fazed by it all. Titled "Manikarnika", it tells the story of the queen of Jhansi, a household name in India.

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Kangana has also been vigorously training for her role, taking horse-riding lessons among other strenuous physical training.

"When I signed this film my first thought was "How come there's no film on 'Jhansi ki Rani" yet?' I suddenly felt very fortunate that there isn't any yet". "Before this no amount of failure or success could make me feel like an achiever and now I feel I just don't want to waste", she said. "After coming on board for this project, I feel like I've achieved something very big in my life", said Ranaut. "I will focus on being a filmmaker".

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