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Kangana Ranaut says she wanted to get injured on the sets of Manikarnika

After being injured during a sword-fighting sequence in July, the actor hurt her right leg trying to save her on-screen son this time around

Nanda Das @nanda1das 24 November 2017, 4:44 PM
Kangana, the powers-that-be did grant your wish

Kangana, the powers-that-be did grant your wish Image: Facebook

Hectic shooting schedules of Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi were taking a toll on Kangana Ranaut, and the actor has revealed that she always knew she would get hurt while filming one of the action sequences. In fact, she was secretly hoping that she would get hurt, in order to get a break. And it happened not once, but twice. After being injured during a sword-fighting scene, in which she got 15 stitches on her forehead, the National Award-winning actor, who plays the character of Rani Laxmi Bai, hurt her right leg badly in an attempt to save her on-screen son from getting injured.

However, Kangana is taking the injury as a blessing in disguise as she will finally be able to rest after a 60-day gruelling schedule. "It has been 60 days of action so far and after non-stop 30 nights of fighting armies with a baby hanging to my back, I was secretly hoping that I get hurt so that I could go back and hide in my house for some time," Kangana told Mid-Day.

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Kangana at Mumabi airport after her injury (Twitter)

Kangana has returned to Mumbai from Jaipur and has been advised bed rest.

We guess the masi will also spend a lot of time with her nephew Prithvi Raj Chandel, who was born earlier this month.

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