New Delhi: A week before Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi’s release, Producer Kamal Jain has been hospitalised as he suffered a paralytic stroke on Saturday and is said to be critical. According to reports, he has been put on a ventilator.
Earlier on Saturday, he had tweeted, “Dear friends, this certainly is not the best time to be in the hospital. Hope to get well soon and enjoy the success of our collective dream & hard work. My best wishes to all.”
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 pic.twitter.com/VnYLYxXlJc
— Kamal Jain (@KamalJain_TheKJ) January 19, 2019
Read Kamal Jain’s message to Team Manikarnika
Certainly not the best time to be in the hospital and not being able to be in the middle of hard work bearing fruits.
Missing the team of Manikarnika, Kangana Ranaut, Prasoon ji, Vijeyandra ji, Shankar Ehsan Loy, Ankita, Mishti and others in the final leg of promotions.
Special thanks to Punit sir without his absolute faith in all of us, we would not have been here
I will be back as soon as possible, till then I’ll be with you in spirit and soul.
I reserve my special thanks to very important pillar Shariq and Team Zee Studios who have been at it to ensure the film reaches everywhere.
Guys we worked so hard for 2 years to realise this dream and to make Manikarnika the blockbuster it deserves to be made as.
I hope we all get to enjoy the success of our collective dream, honesty and hard work. Jai Hind!
The film has faced issues in the past, especially with Krish quitting the project, after which Kangana had to take up the directorial reigns. The casting of the film also underwent considerable changes following Sonu Sood walking out of the film.
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