Kangana Ranaut Injured On Manikarnika Set

Posted by DM, 20 Jul, 2017

Kangana Ranaut was in Hyderabad shooting for her upcoming film Manikarnika - The Queen of Jhansi, when she suffered a serious head injury during a sword-fighting sequence. A report in Mid-Day mentions that in this scene, Ranaut was shooting with her co-star Nihar Pandya and was struck by his sword, resulting in profuse bleeding.

"Kangana was immediately rushed to Apollo hospital nearby, where she was admitted into the ICCU. She got 15 stitches on her forehead and will be under observation in the hospital for a few days. The examining doctor said that it was a close shave for her because the cut was too close to her bone," said a unit hand speaking to the daily. 

Actress will be discharged from the hospital next week. Currently, she is under the care of a plastic surgeon and may have to opt for plastic surgery in the future. The doctor has said that the gash will leave a scar, but a source from the unit says that Ranaut plans to not hide it. She will, instead, flaunt it as a part of the persona of her character. 

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Kangana Ranaut Injured On Manikarnika Set

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