Movie Review - Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi

Movie Review Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi

Movie Review - Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi
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Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi is really an unquestionable watch worthy blockbuster film starring Kangana in lead role. This grand movie has a huge budget of 125 crore INR. It demonstrates how a young lady who transformed into a queen fought for her rights with a brave heart. The versatile venus - Kangana has perfectly justified the character of the queen of Jhansi. Reviews say that no other actress can do this better to her, Going to the film, the direction is totally excellent. The cinematography has likewise been done wonderfully and effectively associates us to that period where every one of these occurred.

Prior to the arrival of the film, there were a few critics saying that Kangana Ranaut is not ideal for the job. Yet, we need to admit that she has addressed extremely well through her acting abilities. Actually, after watching the movie, we can't think of any other actress who could have shown a better performance over Kangana Ranaut. All the war scenes, particularly the sword battling scenes have been wonderfully shot. If there was one thing where the movie requires more consideration, it was the visual effects. There were numerous scenes which could have had a lot more impressed with some better graphics.

Box Office Collections

The film opened to ₹8.75 crore domestically. On its second day, the film got pace because of Republic Day holiday and collected ₹18.10 crore. On its day 3, the film remained steady and collected ₹15.70 crore. There is no break as it takes up its opening end of the week household accumulation to ₹42.55 crore. This makes the highest collection through the film release. Its domestic gross collection is ₹61.09 crore. In the broad market, this film secured₹10.99 crore. The overall gross is ₹ 80.31 crores till date. That means still it’s away to its break-even point.

Music Review

The first song is 'Bharat' sung by Shankar. It's a wonderful amalgamation of melodic profundity and song. It also has the additional dramatization of the feelings that one feels for the nation. Prasoon's basic, ground-breaking lines, main raccoon ya na raccoon Bhaarat yeh rehna chahiye', state everything.

The following song, 'Vijayi Bhava' grandstands the dauntless soul of the warrior queen Rani Laxmibai.It’s a great, high-rhythm melody of war arrangement. The flute sound is pleasant and contacts you profoundly.

Sukhwinder Singh is commendable in 'Bolo Kab Pratikar Karoge’. The beats utilized in this track, are not new, however, stay appealing rather. The vocalist's incredible hold over established ragas runs over when you tune in to his interpretation. The rap part in this track gives great combination as a contemporary vibe complements.

'Rajaji' is a pleasant love melody and Pratibha Singh Baghel grandstands the full scope of her singing capacity, nailing in the sweetness with deft subtleties. Ravi Mishra does the chorale too in this two-part harmony, and in spite of having a couple of lines leaves a positive effect.

Without a doubt, Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi deserves to be watched in Gold, Platinum or even Box with full family.