Kangana Ranaut on Karni Sena’s protest against Manikarnika: If they don’t stop, I will destroy them
Kangana Ranaut’s Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi has been in news for a while now. The movie has been a part of many controversies.
Kangana has been strong enough to battle all the odds that came in the way. Now, in the morning, a report came that said Karni Sena is protesting against the release of the film. Karni Sena members have raised issues with Rani of Jhansi having an affair with a British officer and they have also objected to a scene where the Queen will be dancing. They have said that they cannot distort the facts or else they would burn the theatres.
We got in touch with Kangana and asked about the whole fiasco.
She told us, “Four historians have certified Manikarnika, we have got censor certificate as well, Karni Sena has been conveyed this but they are continuing to harass me if they don’t stop then they should know I am also a Rajput and I will destroy each one of them.” CBFC has already given clearance to the film.
In an interview with us, Kangana Ranaut was asked about working as a director for the film, and she revealed that this is not the first time she worked behind the camera.
"This is not my first experience as far as supervising the edit or even directing a film is concerned. I was 23 or24, when I directed my first film. It was a 10-minute short film that I had shot with an international crew. Also, at that time, I was struggling with small roles in films like Double Dhamaal (2011). So, I've been a director since then. Be it direction, writing or editing, I've already done it in the past," said the actress.