Kangana Ranaut came up with a Bang when the actress announced her directorial debut with film Manikarnika: The Warrior Queen. Since then, Ranaut has come a long way and has also turned producer recently with her own production company. Now, despite all the controversies surrounding the film Manikarnika, Kangana Ranaut’s directorial debut is currently screening in Japan. Today, sharing some updates about the film, Zee Studious took to their social media to share that Manikarnika opens at number 3 in Japan and becomes the highest Indian opener at the Japanese Box-Office.
On Twitter, Zee Studious re-tweeted, “#Manikarnika opens at #3 at the Japanese Box Office! @ZeeStudiosInt @Vibzz80 #KanganaRanaut #VijayendraPrasadmade,” along with a post made by Japanese Box-Office Filmarks. According to the reports of the Japanese Box-Office, Kangana Ranaut's directorial debut opens at number 3 in theatres across Japan. As the film opens at number 3, Kangana’s film about the warrior Queen of Jhansi also stated that the film becomes the highest Indian opener at the Japanese Box-Office. Also Read: Kangana Ranaut On Deepika's JNU Visit And #BoycottChhapaak: She Very Well Knows What She Is Doing- EXCLUSIVE
Kangana Ranaut’s film Manikarnika was well received by the Indian audiences and is now winning hearts in Japan as well. As Manikarnika holds the third opening position on the Japanese Box-Office, Korean film Extreme Job released in January 2019 bagged the first opening position, whereas, rom-com Long Shot released in May 2019 bagged the second opening position, keeping Manikarnika on the third.
Meanwhile, despite controversies surrounding the film, Kangana Ranaut’s Manikarnika worked well at the Indian Box-Office. The film was directed by Kangana Ranaut, and the actress marked her debut in direction with the film. Manikarnika also stars Kangana in a pivotal role in the film.
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