Sonu Sood, who has worked in movies, for example, Dabangg and Happy New Year, has been in the film business for over 10 years now and has effectively cut a specialty for himself. His last film, Simba, co-featuring Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan, ended up being a huge film industry hit. Be that as it may, the on-screen character keeps on being in news for the Manikarnika: Queen of Jhansi push.
In the wake of keeping mum for quite a while, the performing artist has at last uncovered what driven him to leave the film featuring Kangana Ranaut in the number one spot. In an ongoing meeting with Bollywood Hungama, Sonu dispelled any confusion air and has responded to every one of the discussions relating to the film Manikarnika.
As opposed to reports that recommended he exited as a result of Kangana’s “bossiness”, Sonu uncovered he quit the film because of re-shoots and booking issues. The Dabangg performing artist has been cited as saying,
“Some time ago in some way or other things went poorly with the chief and Kangana and they needed to reshoot the film and after that, I asked for to recognize what you precisely need to reshoot and I will shoot a couple of scenes in the event that we think they are imperative to shoot. Yet, when I saw the film I felt the manner in which it was altered, the scenes that we shot in the film were absent in the film and it truly bothered me that you put such an extensive amount diligent work shooting those scenes and when I request those they said we need to reshoot a few segments of the motion picture.”
After Sonu leave the film, performing artist Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub assumed the personality of Sadashivrao Bhau in the war dramatization. At the point when gotten some information about Kangana’s bearing, the on-screen character was content with her style of heading. He said in a meeting with ZoomTV.com, “She comprehended what she needed and that is a standout amongst the best parts about chief in the event that they realize what they need. Everything was clear – from the force to what number of shots she’d need.”
Manikarnika depends on the life of Rani Laxmi Bai, and her fight against the British East India Company. In the wake of confronting a lot of obstacles, the film is slated to discharge on January 25, a day before Republic Day