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Here’s our Review for Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi

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Starring – Kangana Ranaut, Ankita Lokhande, Jisshu Sengupta, Danny Denzongpa, Vaibhav Tatwawaadi, Zeeshan Aayub, Kulbhushan Kharbanda and Atul Kulkarni in the main lead.

Directed by – Kangana Ranaut & Radha Krishna Jagarlamudi a.k.a (Krish).

Runtime – 2 Hour 46 minutes

**The Story in short (Without Spoilers) **

Kangana is the daughter of a court advisor who was brought up by Peshwa Nana Saheb (Suresh Oberoi) and Tatya Tope (Atul Kulkarni), Manikarnika (Kangana Ranaut) was an extraordinary fighter even when she was a little girl. However, her legendary journey actually began when she became Laxmibai after her marriage to the King of Jhansi, Raja Gangadhar Rao (Jisshu Sengupta).

 **Performance**

Kangana Ranaut – Kangana is the Real Undisputed Queen of Bollywood. She has given her career’s Best or I should say a Legendary Performance in this movie. She roars in every frame. Each and Every second of her’s in the movie will give Goosebumps.

Ankita Lokhande – Ankita, who made her Bollywood debut as Jhalkari Bai in this movie, is flawless with the sword, and to be very frank she exceptionally nailed it. A Couple of Scenes in the 2nd Half totally belongs to her.

– Danny Denzongpa and Atul Kulkarni among others are equally impressive.

 **What’s Good **

– Brilliant Background Score.

– War Sequences will Blow Your Mind for sure.

– Perfect Balance of Action + Drama + Emotion and Speechless 2nd Half

– A Strong Supporting Starcast which you’ve never seen before.

– Top-Notch Direction, I mean the way action sequences are choreographed Hats Off to Kangana and co-director Krish.

* What’s Disappointing *

– 1st Half could have been better as it’s been dragged because of unnecessary sequences and songs.

– Performances of the British actors are a little lacking in parts.

  **Is it Worth Watching**

She fought a fierce battle against the British. Get inspired by the bravery and valor of Rani Laxmi Bai in Manikarnika and so It’s a Loud and Clear YES..! You should definitely watch this movie in Theatres Only.

 Our Ratings – 4/5(⭐⭐⭐⭐)

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