As Christina, Nana and Tatya see the blood-soaked jail cells, Manu prepares to use the arrow bomb. Gangadhar’s black commandos set up his meet with Moti Bai, during which he lauds her musical skills and tries to win her heart. Taken to a dungeon by the British, Manu witnesses the British brutalities on Indian inmates. A furious Laxmibai confronts Karma and asks him about the treasure. Meanwhile, Gangadhar Rao Newalkar, the king of Jhansi, some of whose bi-religious relatives are his frenemies, is told by his aide that the Britons have crushed the Chirgaon ruler’s revolt. Though Maina Bai responds somewhat sympathetically to Manu’s plea, Vahini furiously tells Moropant that Manu’s rebelliousness could ruin Prachi’s and Indu’s futures. Though Indu is barred from seeing her future husband by Vahini as it is believed to be inauspicious, she, Manu and all the female attendants of the peshwaship participate in a song-and-dance activity.
Manu urges Indu to reject the alliance, which Vahini overhears. Manu decides not to marry – Jhansi ki Rani Highlights Clip 02m 00s. Though Indu is barred from seeing her future husband by Vahini as it is believed to be inauspicious, she, Manu and all the female attendants of the peshwaship participate in a song-and-dance activity. Later, as preparations are on for Indu’s wedding, an enraged Vahini prevents Manu from entering the Bithur palace until she undergoes purification. He explains to her the British threats to the peshwaship, urges her to domesticate herself and hands her over to Vahini’s tutelage. At the mela, as a joust begins between George, a British cavalryman, and Nana, Nana’s initial successes lead to British trickery, which causes his loss. A calm Vahini later explains to Manu how marriages unite diverse families, that the groom’s character is relevant and not his age.
At the Peshwa’s durbar, Mr Manson doubts his loyalty and sees Manu’s arrow’s deadliness. Nana asks them to fulfil their bet, but George refuses to do so. As the detainees are freed, a worried Moropant seeks to enter the jail.
Though the Peshwa is determined not to hand over Manu to the British, Moropant brings her to the durbar and lets Commissioner Wilson arrest her for an interrogation. She informs her humiliated father that nalikat Indian patriots’ mistreatment by the British is far worse.
The assailant, who sports Company attire, evades royal capture and makes the king’s aides suspect that the assassin is a Briton. Raghunath and Tatya Guru fail to recover the treasure.
As Tatya Dixit lauds Manu’s exploits and says she is fit to become Jhansi’s queen without uttering her name, Gangadhar wrongly deems he is talking about Moti. Though Indu is barred from seeing her future husband by Vahini as it is believed to be inauspicious, she, Manu and all the female attendants of the peshwaship participate in a song-and-dance activity.
The Peshwa stops Vahini’s vicious tirade against Manu’s character by recounting the bravery of Bharat’s female warriors.
As George and his colleagues flee the site of the joust, scores of patriotic villagers stop them. Later, on the occasion of Makar Sankranti, as the Peshwa, his kin and close aides immerse themselves in Ganga Ghat’s waters, a Hindu theological argument ensues between the Peshwa and Acharya Vadrayan. Gangadhar tells Mr Fraser that a new treaty for Jhansi’s autonomy is needed. Moropant’s selfless gesture for the sake of the peshwaship’s stability attracts the gratefulness of pro-Peshwa forces.
As Vaishali searches for Kanta in the palace and gets lost, Nana iansi helps her. In a dungeon, Manu sees the ghastly treatment meted out to Indian prisoners, including landlord Shyam Rao. A priest advises the Peshwa not to go to Kanpur for his daughter Indu’s ‘shagun’ ceremony as the British forces have amassed there.
He explains to her the British threats to the peshwaship, urges her to domesticate herself and hands her over to Vahini’s tutelage. Courtesan Moti Bai rejects a elisode Gangadhar’s gifts for her given by his helper Khudabaksh. Vadrayan’s fury heightens when his aide Dhrupad insinuates that Vaishali is smitten with Nana.
Manu mounts her horse Pavan and returns to Bithur with a badly wounded Nana. The Peshwa and his entourage go to Kanpur to meet Indu’s to-be husband’s family for a premarital ‘shagun’ ceremony. Laxmibai also wishes to win the trust of the jqnsi.
The British officials, who regard Gangadhar as their puppet, discuss the ramifications of the attack on him. Gangadhar’s black commandos set up his meet with Moti Bai, during which he lauds her musical skills and tries to win her heart. She confronts British officials for violently mistreating natives though Vahini had told her that they are helpless British jjansi.
Laxmibai decides to expose Karma before the villagers, but Karma tells her that no one will believe her.
As she grow ups, she despises the British rule in India and takes the form of Kranti Guru to combat it. Even as Gangadhar woos Moti Bai in a royal manner and wants her to join his dance school, a wounded Manu defeats George. At the Peshwa’s welfarist event, the popular deference to British troops pains Manu, Nana’s childhood pal.
Vaishali’s mother meets Manu outside the puja venue and lauds her bravery even while lamenting the society’s patriarchy. Vahini takes Manu away from the mela to Sarsaiya Ghat though she is keen to punish the Britons for insulting Tatya Jabsi and an old man. After Manu detonates the arrow bomb, Manson’s delight is short-lived as Christina enters the prison and gives him the Jasni order for Manu’s release.
As preparations are on to worship jajsi girls in the lead-up to Indu’s wedding, the Peshwa’s assertion that Manu be one of those mlaikat angers Vahini. On being told about some British officers’ arrival, Shyam Rao stops a nautch, after which they lash him so that he reveals Manu’s identity. As Vahini conducts Manu’s purification, she is prevented from losing her balance by Christina, which leads to Vahini purifying herself.
The British, on seeing the arrows, assume a revolt is in the offing.
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Karma confesses him crime. An excited Indu, who awaits her to-be husband’s arrival at Sarsaiya Ghat, is crestfallen 61 seeing that he is an old widower with two kids. At a mela, as Manu sees Vaishali’s anklet with Nana, a quarrel erupts between Tatya Episofe and bigoted British horsemen.
Manu eats a morsel of food as a mark of respect for the puja. Existing Premium Users, Click here to login. Laxmibai declares that she will find the treasure by the next morning, failing which she will end her life. Vahini urges the Peshwa to devote more attention to Indu’s wedding and the guests. The Peshwa, who hears Manu bickering with Nana over his right to ride an elephant, urges them to unite to rout the British. In Bithur, the Peshwa invites the locals to a feast to mark Indu’s coming marriage and flings precious items epiode of delight.
Manson and Wilson inform the Peshwa that Manu’s replies may have destabilised Bithur’s law and order and tell him not to visit Ganga Ghat.
But Manu bravely continues the contest, stunning all, including Tatya Dikshit. Christina, the wife of Kanpur’s new commissioner Mr Moreland, is in awe of Manu.