Earlier today, Kangana Ranaut announced that she is all set to make a comeback with the sequel of 2019 film Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi. The second installment in the title Manikarnika: The Legend of Didda, which is now going to become a franchise, will capture the life of Didda, who directly and indirectly ruled the Valley for nearly five decades during the 10th. Was. 11th century. However, the announcement wrote a book on the ruler, surprising the author Ashish Kaul. Claiming that she is the sole copyright owner of the biography, the English version of which has already been released, Ashish said, “I have exclusive copyrights to the life story of Didda who was the princess of Lohar (Poonch), Who are now in Jammu & Kashmir, and the queen of Kashmir ”. Incidentally, Kangana was approached by the author to write an article for the Hindi version of the book. “On September 11, 2020, I wrote to her on my official email ID, that of her sister Rangoli, who requested her to give me a pen for my book idd Dida – Yodha Rani of Kashmir”, which is currently in 2019. To be released. The same email had the entire life story of the warrior queen, “the author says that he is yet to receive a reply from the actress or her sister. Looking at the recent developments, the author is now claiming that Kangana has deliberately or unknowingly chosen to commit an intellectual fraud. “Is it reliable by any stretch of the imagination that a story and book are being introduced by a famous actor-social worker? She can also say that she can claim that Didda is a historical figure, which is true except for the fact that no historian in the world, other than Kalhan, who has written just two pages on it, and me , Who has spent six years on research and documentation, who are aware of him. I deeply agree that a man who is knowledgeable, and apparently as a nationalist and a voice for reasons, has chosen to tarnish his image. He has grossly violated my sole rights; This is illegal and a complete violation of the IPR and copyright laws of the same country by which he swears. I feel that this is very strange and disgusting and I still believe that Kangana has been misled, “concludes Ashish, who talks with Zeeshan Ahmed of 70mm Talkies for the film adaptation of his book Have been.
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