Jhansi Ki Rani (1953)

 ●  Hindi ● Running Time: TBA

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A bold, evocative and deeply patriotic epic that plots the trials and triumphs in the life of Rani Laxmibai, the Queen of Jhansi, an Indian kingdom that rose up in mutiny against British conquest.
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Did you know? The film failed to connect with the audience and was a costly misfire for director Modi at the box office. Read More
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as Rani Lakshmibai
as Rajguru
as Henry Dowker
as General Sir Hugh Rose
Supporting Actress
as Doris Dowker
as Panditji

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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Hindi
Colour Info:
Black & White
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
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Music Director: Vasant Desai
Playback Singer: Mohammad Rafi
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Music Director: Vasant Desai
Playback Singer: Mohammad Rafi
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Music Director: Vasant Desai
Playback Singer: Mohammad Rafi
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Music Director: Vasant Desai
Playback Singer: Sulochana Kadam
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Music Director: Vasant Desai
Playback Singer: Mohammad Rafi
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Music Director: Vasant Desai
Playback Singer: Mohammad Rafi
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The film failed to connect with the audience and was a costly misfire for director Modi at the box office.

The film was notable for its authenticity in creating the right period and delineating historical events, its spectacular battle scenes and Mehtab's stirring performance though she was far too old for the role. She achieves stirring dignity in the role as she vows to protect Jhansi from all enemies both within and outside.

Mehtab starred as the young queen of Jhansi who took up arms against the British during the Mutiny of 1857 with Modi essaying the role of the Rajguru, her chief advisor.

This was India's first technicolor film, for which Modi had technicians flown in from Hollywood.

Much of the film, shot by Hollywood import Haller, consists of battle scenes, courtesy of the Ministry of Defence and horses, elephants and subjects of the maharajahs of Bikaner and Jaipur.