Fans are eagerly waiting for the film after watching the poster of Kangana Ranaut’s most acclaimed film ‘Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi’ and a teaser. In the film, Kangna is in the role of ‘Jhansi Ki Rani Laxmibai’. In the film, Kangna shot extremely amazing action sequence sequences. Teaser also had a glimpse of their action scenes. There is now a very interesting thing related to the movie.
According to the Instagram Post of Team Kangna Ranaut, the film’s director of action, Nick Powell, has worked extremely closely on the action sequence. In the film, similar guns have been used, which used to be used by Rani Lakshmi Bai in the 19th century.
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#KanganaRanaut & Action director #NickPowell ensured that they used artillery that were prevalent in 19th century Staying true to Rani Laxmibai's weapons of choice, Ranaut – apart from sword fighting – used caplock pistols (a small one-shot handgun) & Brown Bess cavalry carbine "Rifles were new for people at that time; only a few used them.While the British army used Enfield rifles,Rani Laxmibai preferred swords.I was fascinated with the 150-year-old weapons we used in the film.I also had to carry a shield that weighed about 5kg #ManikarnikaTheQueenOfJhansi #Manikarnikatraileron18Dec #Manikarnika @neeta_lulla @zeestudiosofficial @kamaljain_thekj
In addition to the firing, the pistol that will be shown in the film has been made according to the same period. Kaipalok pistol was used during Rani Lakshmibai’s era.
In his post, he told that during that time the rifle was quite new to the people. Very few used to use it. At that time, the British Army used the Enfield Rifles. But Rani Laxmibai liked the sword. According to Kangna, she is very happy that she used 150 years of a weapon in the film. He also told that the defense armor he used in the film weighs around 5 kg.
This movie is directed by Krish. Apart from Kangana in the film, actors like Danny Dangzogpa and Suresh Oberoi The trailer will be released on December 18 and the film will be released in the cinemas on January 25 next year.