As reported by Hindustan Times, Jain informed that during pre-production stage, various historians and scholars were consulted. He also admitted that makers are ready to share the script with protestors. Currently, makers are canning some crucial shots in Rajasthan and after two schedules, shooting will be wrapped up.
Earlier, a local outfit called Sarva Brahman Mahasabha expressed reservations about the content of Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi and accused makers of distorting historical facts. Lashing out at Mishra, Jain expressed concern over the statements made against the film where he questioned the intention of alleged protestors. Describing Rani Laxmibai as one of the greatest leaders of India, Jain said that Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi would be a tribute to the great sacrifice of Rani Laxmibai.