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Kangana Ranaut refutes reports of Manikarnika producer Kamal Jain’s ill health, says he is ‘fine’

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With just a few days to go before the release of Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi, producer Kamal Jain reportedly suffered a paralytic stroke and was hospitalised in a critical condition. The news broke out on January 19 night after Kamal Jain’s Twitter account informed his well-wishers and followers about his ill health. He wrote: “Dear friends, this certainly is not the best time to be in hospital. Hope to get well soon and enjoy the success of our collective dream & hardwork. My best wishes to all.”

However, according to a report in Times Now, Kangana clarified saying, “He is doing fine. The reports are misleading. He fell sick last week and is on his way to recovery. I am in touch with him everyday. Request everyone to please stop backing sensational reports.” Take a look at Kamal’s Twitter post: 

 

 

In his message posted on Twitter, Kamal Jain also wrote how he is missing the team of Manikarnika, and everyone involved in the making of the film. He further thanked Punit Sir, and wrote, ‘I will be back as soon as possible, till then, I’ll be with you in spirit and soul.”

Kamal’s hospitalisation sent shock waves as Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi is slated to release is less than a week on January 25, 2019. The film is based on the story of none other than Rani Laxmibai, who led India to its freedom, and also led the revolt of 1857 against the East India company.

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Ya right. Kangana herself has told that he is suffering from stroke.

Glad he is doing well and the reports were wrong.

It is shameful that so many misleading reports were circulated about someone’s health to somehow make the film look unsteady. Kamal should sue these publications for reporting falsehood. Good on PV to post right information.

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