I recommend that you see Radha Krishna Jargalamudi and Kangana Ranaut's directorial 'Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi'- not because it ticks the checklists of patriotic nationalism in the republic month, but because is celebrates in impeccable fashion a woman dressed like a male warrior, riding a horseback, and fulfilling the duties of a woman. Rani Lakshmibai's resonance in modern times has been fully justified by Kangana Ranaut- who adds glory and feel to the great queen. She is why the film is feminist, and adds the extra half the film gets on my behalf. Sure the film is Kangana, Kangana and Kangana- and the reason why the film is somewhat problematic- but isn't it interesting, and arresting, to see an actress instead of an actor spattered across each and every frame of a film?
Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi definitely has some kinks in it as an epic, packed with some amazing war choreography, resplendent production value, and some good supportive music. But it still qualifies only as an average show thanks to the formulaic approach, tepid storytelling, and some miscasting. TN.
ya movie is good , if some thrills are there, it will be joyful.