Watch: Kangana Ranaut goes horseback riding; netizens say 'should've learnt before Manikarnika'
Watch: Kangana Ranaut goes horseback riding; netizens say 'should've learnt before Manikarnika'

Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut went horseback riding on Sunday morning and posted a video on Instagram.

In the clip, the 'Queen' actress is seen riding a white horse dressed in an orange polo shirt paired with black pants.

"Today morning horse back riding," Kangana wrote as the caption.

Soon after she shared the video, several netizens trolled her for an old BTS video from the film 'Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi' where she was seen using a mechanical horse in one of the war scenes.

A user wrote: "Finally Real Horse Ride."

"Is that real or with springs," commented another.

A comment read: "Phle shik lete itna majak nahi banta ap ka jassi ki rani ( Should've learnt before only, people wouldn't have trolled you, Queen of Jhansi)

Asked another, "Is this horse made of plastic too?"

After the release of Manikarnika, which was based on the life of Rani Laxmi Bai, a behind the scenes video surfaced on the internet and the 'Panga' actress was brutally trolled for using a mechanical horse.

The modified version of the clip, with VFX, was part of the film's trailer. Ranaut was trolled for the video because she had earlier claimed that she prepped hard for her role, by learning horse riding and fighting with real swords in the film.

Speaking about her work, Kangana will be seen in the film 'Thalaivi'. The film's release was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

She is also part of the films 'Tejas' and 'Dhaakad', and recently announced a film under her banner Manikarnika Films titled 'Tiku Weds Sheru'.

Kangana recently announced the second instalment of the 'Manikarnika franchise'. The new film titled 'Manikarnika Returns: The Legend Of Didda', will revolve around the life of Didda, Kashmir's first woman ruler who is described as the 'Cleopatra of Kashmir'.

Produced by Kangana and Kamal Jain, who bankrolled the first instalment, 'Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi', will be mounted on an international scale.

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