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Manikarnika born in Varanasi when Dixt a minister in Jhansi princely state sees her he proposes her marriage to Gangadar Rao prince of Jhansi.Sadashiv Rao plots along with British officers to conquer Jhansi as he Is promised a stake in it after conquering Jhansi.After the birth of Lakshmi and Gangadar Rao's son Sadashiv Rao sees his place in fear and poison the holy water during the naming ceremony of the child following which he passes away and also leaves Gangadar Rao on death bed.Gangadar Rao decides to adopt a son and Sadashiv Rao feels guilty of not adopting his son instead a toddler who comes running to Lakshmi Bai.After death of Gangadar Rao.The East India Company decides to conquer on Jhansi as there is no male ruler.But Lakshmi Bai decides to take the throne on herself and fight for Jhansi.Written by
In India, the film was given a UA certificate by the CBFC after following cuts were made:
Removed the scenes showing direct visualization of women being molested. around 1.19.03 to 1.19.15 hrs.
Added in the disclaimer, the mention of sources of the film and also the names of Historians consulted.
Replaced old disclaimer with new one in English and Hindi mentioning about cinematic liberties, fictionalization. Added sentence ''We do not intend to disrespect sentiments of any person(s) or community, religion, or nationality.''
Removed the close visual of the dead body of a British woman with her slit throat and a British child being forcefully dragged in the background. 1.16-1.17 hrs.
Reframed the close visual of a British soldier being killed by slitting his neck with a sword. 02:16:59:05 to 02:17:07:20.
Watched it last night. Unfortunately, I was taught history at school s could see that each scene was full of caricatures - several songs, religious chants, saffron dresses, designer bindis, women empowerment, punishing deshdrohis, proclamations of akhand bharat and of course cow protection. A respected freedom fighter gets depicted very poorly.
Came out with a splitting headache. If you like watching badly made over the top films, go for it. For the rest, dont fall for glowing fake reviews
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