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No male actor ready to work in Gautamiputra fame director Krish’s film

Tollywood | Published:November 14, 2017, 1:51 PM IST

National award winning director Krish who is popular for delivering Varun Tej & Pragya Jaiswal starrer Kanche and Nandamuri Balakrishna & Shriya Saran starrer historic and war drama Gautamiputra Satakrani is currently busy in  his upcoming next directorial venture Manikarnika-The Queen of Jhansi in which Kangana Ranaut is playing the female lead and will make his screen presence in  the role of Rani LakshmiBai. In the light controversies surrounding Kangana Ranaut no male actor is ready to star in Manikarnika opposite the actress in the film, produced by Zee Studios. The sources says, Krish is facing a hard time finding a suitable male lead to star opposite her therein. The shoot of the film started in May 2017 but what is surprising is that Kangana Ranaut has no male actor opposite her.


Reportedly no mainstream male actor is ready to work with Kangana  Ranaut post her public fiasco with Hritik  Roshan Family and her cold-war with Rangoon costar Shahid Kapoor. Recently in an interview, Shahid Kapoor who plays Raja Rawal Ratan Singh in soon to be released Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati also commented on Kangana’s cold behavior.


Kangana Ranaut is also  involved in controversies with Aditya Pancholi too. During Simran’s promotions, Kangana revealed that she was in a relationship with Aditya Pancholi. She also claimed that Aditya Pancholi's wife Zarina Wahab knew of Aditya Pancholi’s relationship with her. As an aftermath Pancholi and Zarina decided to take legal action by registering a defamation case against Queen actress Kangana. This year, Kangana Ranaut appeared on Koffee With Karan and accused the Baahubali distributor Karan Johar of being ‘the flag bearer of nepotism’. This sparked a debate in the industry. Given all these things Manikarnika- The Queen of Jhansi is suffering. We hope this does not affect the film and its performances greatly.

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