July 22, 2022 (New Delhi): The teaser of Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut’s much awaited film Emergency was released recently. In this film, Kangana Ranaut will be seen in the role of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, whose glimpse was seen in the teaser. Kangana’s first look was also released from this film, which is very much liked by the people. Meanwhile, now the first look of another big character of the film has also come out, whose discussion has started on social media. Anupam Kher’s first look from Kangana Ranaut’s film Emergency is out. He will be seen playing the role of Jai Prakash Narayan. Anupam Kher and Kangana have shared this look on their social media accounts.
Indian freedom struggle fighter and politician Jayaprakash Narayan, daughter of the country’s former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, is said to have lost power due to her movement. was.
In fact, during Indira Gandhi’s rule, the country was grappling with issues including inflation and people were angry about the central government led by Indira. At that time Jayaprakash Narayan decided to raise his voice against the power and he wrote a letter to Indira Gandhi and told about the deteriorating condition of the country. After that, wrote a letter to other MPs of the country and many of Indira Gandhi’s decisions were described as a democratic threat. This letter of Jayaprakash Narayan had created a ruckus in the political world, because for the first time someone had raised his voice directly against Indira Gandhi.
At the moment it will be interesting to see what will be shown to the audience about JP Narayan in the film.
Kangana Ranaut’s film ‘Emergency’ will show the decision taken during Indira’s rule regarding ‘Emergency’. There was a lot of uproar over this decision of Indira Gandhi and it is counted among the most controversial decisions till date. In 1971, when allegations of misuse of government machinery were made against him in the elections, the Allahabad High Court canceled the 1975 Lok Sabha elections and was banned for 6 years.
Taking advantage of the opportunity, the opposition demanded Indira’s resignation, demonstrated against her, but instead of bowing down, Indira declared emergency. Press freedom was curtailed and many major reshuffles took place. Angered by this decision, the public defeated him in the 1977 elections.