Manikarnika: Little Damodar Rao brings cake for his on-screen mom Kangana Ranaut. See picture
Kangana Ranaut is making headlines for her fierce avatar in Krishna Jagarlamudi directorial Manikarnika. The film has recently dropped the teaser on Gandhi Jayanti and its already trending on the internet. The Queen actress has donned the valiant warrior avatar for the period drama. In the teaser, we also caught a glimpse of little Damodar Rao (Manikarnika’s adopted son) for a second. Manikarnika is seen carrying her child on her back while she battles the British army.
On Tuesday, Kangana Ranaut’s officlal team account on Instagram shared a behind-the-screen pictures from the sets of Manikarnika. In the picture, little Damodar Rao is seated in the lap of his on-screen mother Kangana. The actress, who was still in her Manikarnika guise, is feeding cake to him. The munchkin is looking so cute that you would like to pull him out from the picture.
In another picture shared by Team Kangana Ranaut, the actress is trying her hands on a spinning wheel. The caption reads, “rediscovering the surreal world of courage, valour & Sacrifice. @neeta_lulla outlines the historical journey of Rani Laxmibai of Jhansi designing timeless pieces of clothing for the upcoming film MANIKARNIKA featuring Kangana Ranaut.”
Kangana Ranaut recently shared her #MeToo story when Queen director Vikas Bahl was accused of sexually harassing a former employee of Phantom Films. She revealed that Bahl used to dig his face into his neck while hugging him. She even called out at Bollywood for continuing their collaborations with a man who is accused of something as serious as sexual harassment.
She even got involved in a verbal spat with Sonam Kapoor when the latter said in the interview that it’s hard to believe Kangana Ranaut. She questioned Kapoor how can she doubt her #MeToo story. However, Sonam maintains that her words were twisted and blown out of context.
Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi will hit the screen on January 25th, clashing with Hrithik Roshan’s Super 30.