Manikarnika – The Queen Of Jhansi Music Overview


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Manikarnika – The Queen of Jhansi is a dream undertaking of Kangana Ranaut and she or he has given greater than a 12 months into making this occur. Whereas it’s anticipated that the movie would have the a lot required scale, canvas and grandeur that the topic necessitates, the identical is anticipated from music as nicely which is put collectively by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy and lyricist Prasoon Joshi.

Music Review: Manikarnika - The Queen Of Jhansi

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Shankar Mahadevan is the lead singer for ‘Bharat’, a patriotic quantity which is about bringing the nation first earlier than your personal self. One wonders if the track is primarily for finish credit roll since its theme and tonality suggests a sober conclusion to the battle drama that Kangana is bringing on display screen. The soundtrack the truth is concludes with one other model which has Prasoon Joshi narrating (and never singing) it for the audiences.

In the meantime, Shankar Mahadevan is again with ‘Vijayi Bhava’, one more theme observe which is about transferring forward in the fitting route and purpose for victory. That is the track that ought to nicely have been positioned proper in the beginning of the album because it comes with simply the proper of ardour and vitality that one expects from Manikarnika – The Queen of Jhansi. Reminding of the type of soundtrack that Baahubali sequence boasted of, ‘Vijayi Bhava’ ought to make for impression if picturised nicely on display screen.

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Subsequent to reach is ‘Bolo Kab Pratikar Karoge’ which has Sukhwinder Singh on the helm of affairs. Yet one more track which is excessive on vitality and may arrive at an important juncture of the movie’s narrative when the protagonist is gearing up for the battle, it has a thump to it that ought to make an impression when skilled in theatres.

For the primary time within the soundtrack a feminine voice is heard, what with Pratibha Singh Baghel coming behind the mike for ‘Rajaji’. A romantic quantity that ought to play between Manikarnika and her beau, this one has a candy sound to it and may carry on some mild moments on display screen. Pratibha does nicely because the voice of Kangana and she or he is joined by Ravi Mishra who arrives within the later a part of the track. But once more, one cannot anticipate the track to emerge as a chartbuster right here however ought to slot in nicely into the movie’s narrative.

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It’s again to theme songs in Manikarnika – The Queen of Jhansi, what with Shankar Mahadevan developing with ‘Shiv Tandav’. As is anticipated in a track belonging to this style, this one too stays on to be strictly situational and one waits to see how it’s picturised for the massive display screen expertise. Relaxation assured, one can anticipate Kangana Ranaut in a fiery avtar right here.

A track about ready for the love of your life to be again quickly, ‘Tak Taki’ is one more track that’s rendered by Pratibha Singh Baghel. This too is a situational quantity and at finest ought to support in taking the story ahead. With a interval really feel to it, this one does nicely although in staying nicely inside the temper and atmosphere of the period passed by.

The soundtrack concludes with ‘Dankila’ which has a horde of singers coming collectively within the type of Prajakta Shukre, Shrinidhi Ghatate, Siddharth Mahadevan and Arunaja. A celebration quantity that must be set within the happier occasions of Manikarnika’s life, ‘Dankila’ ought to have arrived a lot earlier within the movie’s soundtrack. This one has the fitting vitality to it with a peppy really feel.


The music of Manikarnika – The Queen of Jhansi is according to what the movie’s topic and narrative warranted. Although one does not foresee any chartbusters right here, the songs ought to do nicely to assist the movie’s narrative.

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‘Dankila’, ‘Vijayi Bhava’, ‘Rajaji’

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