Moreover, this was said after Brahmin outfit Sarva Brahman Mahasabha demanded the makers to share complete details of the film's story to rule out any tampering with facts.
According to the group, the period drama based on the life of Rani Lakshmibai was allegedly going to depict a love affair between her and a British man. Even the producer of the movie claimed that they had seen to that there are no such objectionable scenes as alleged by the religious outfits.
Producer Kamal Jain hand over the letter Brahmin Mahasabha's Suresh Mishra in Jaipur on Saturday.
"As a responsible filmmaker I understand that films do influence our society and youth". She said, "It is very lowly to even think like that about Rani Laxmibai".
"Let me assure you that we are making the film with sheer honesty and purity".
Earlier on Friday, Kangana Ranaut, who plays the role of Rani Lakshmibai in the film, lambasted the controversy around the film saying that certain individuals and groups just want to get famous and hence they are creating the hullabaloo. "It is idle talk and I don't know why it is being said".
Speaking about the same, the on-screen Queen finally opened up about the issue by saying that she is hurt by the baseless allegations and the writer, who has himself named his daughter Manikarnika, would never think of doing anything of that sort. Since childhood, we have been studying about her and listening to the poems "Khoob Ladi Mardani Woh To Jhani Wali Rani Thee". "We will take any step for maintaining the glory of Rani Laxmibai and our Brahmin community". Actually, there are lots of VFX is being used in this film and the work is going on. "Respected Prasoon Joshi ji is penning the dialogues and lyrics of the film", it added.
Mr Mishra said all issues have been resolved with the film producer. Thus, the producer came and met me and replied to my queries.