On the other hand, the producer of the film, Kamal Jain issued an official clarification on the issue, which read, "As responsible filmmakers, we have taken utmost care while portraying Rani Lakshmi-bai's character and have consulted historians and scholars". "There is no romantic song or sequence with the Britishers in the film", he added. This time it's Kangana Ranaut-starrer Manikarnika, which has caught the eye of a Brahmin group from Rajasthan. She had led our country's first struggle for Independence and had laid down her life for the country.
Calling her his favourite woman leader, Rajamouli's father gives the evidence in the form of his daughter whom he named "Manikarnika" after the great warrior queen of Jhansi.
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It is now in the news following allegations by the Brahmin outfit, Sarva Brahman Mahasabha, that it distorts historical facts. Actually, Brahmin society is protesting against the film and they have said that the makers have tempered history facts in the film. "We are hurt that such things are being said about Rani Laxmibai".
The writer further stated that one would feel pride after watching the film. Even the producer of the movie claimed that they had seen to that there are no such objectionable scenes as alleged by the religious outfits. "She is a symbol of valour and the film's story depicts the same".
Well, the film was supposed to release in April 2018, but the VFX work postponed the release date till 3rd August, however, now the film will not release on this date also.