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Kangana Ranaut says THIS on expectations from ‘Manikarnika’ at the box office

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Whenever it comes to measure the success of a film, box office plays a vital role. However, success comes with good content, good acting and obviously good songs. These three factors make the audience to head to theatres and watch the film. However, Kangana Ranaut’s ‘Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi’ is pretty much carrying all the factors. But the question arises at the end that whether the film will do good business at the box office.

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In an exclusive interview with TimesNow when Kangana was asked about her anticipations from the film and how much does box office play a role. To this, the ‘Queen’ actress said, “We should definitely make money. I mean, there is no doubt about it. It’s business and nobody should lose money and I really hope we do great business. But you know, that’s not in my mind. There are people who are specifically for it.. Like my producer who just came and said ten things in my ear. These are the hardcore money people who are constantly tracking and telling me what’s gone up what’s going down. So there are people who are doing that so I don’t need to do it.”

It is to be noted that as per early estimates, ‘Manikarnika’ received quite a lukewarm response at the box office on day 1 with just 15-20 per cent occupancy. The film has managed to earn 8.75 crores on the first day. However, the critics cannot stop raving about Kangana’s brilliant performance as warrior Queen Rani Laxmibai.

‘Manikarnika’ is partly directed by Kangana after Krish’s ouster. It is a biopic on the warrior queen Rani Laxmibai who fought with the Britishers with valour. This is Kangana’s first biopic as an actor. Produced by Zee Studios in association with Kamal Jain and Nishant Pitti, ‘Manikarnika’ also stars Atul Kulkarni, Suresh Oberoi, Danny Denzongpa, Jisshu Sengupta and Ankita Lokhande in titular roles.

Also Read: Karan on working with Kangana: I will work with her if I feel like she is really required for a film

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