Ghaznavi was robbed of Somnath temple
Kangana has announced that the film is the story of a queen of Kashmir who defeated Mahmud Ghaznavi not once but twice. Yes, Rani Didda is recognized as one of the brave queens of undivided Kashmir who, despite being crippled by one leg, delivered sixes of the Mughal invader. He had twice defeated a Ghaznavi in a war to attack India, one of the bloodiest invaders who had looted the Somnath temple.
Ruled even after becoming the wife of the king of Kashmir and being widowed again
The truth is that the story of Didda is the story of a heroine who is born of a disabled child and abandoned by parents who did not give up till the end. After becoming the wife of the King of Kashmir and then widowed, it is the story of the woman ruler of the country who showed the woman that she can do anything, waving the flag of victory in many wars.
Parents left due to being a Divyang
Didda is regarded as the most powerful female ruler in the history of Kashmir. Didda was a beautiful baby girl born in the Lohar dynasty, who was abandoned by her parents due to being a Divyang. Gradually, she started to grow up and started preparing to make her power to be her Divyang. Proficient in every art from war art and when she grew up she met King Kshemgupta of Kashmir.
It is said that Kshemagupta lost his heart at the first sight and then married him. From then on, Didda started taking charge of the government. The story of Didda written in ‘Didda-The Warrior Queen of Kashmir’ tells that Kshemgupta died during the shooting. At that time there was a tradition of becoming Sati, but Didda decided to take care of the mother and make the son capable of preaching and refused to be Sati.
Trying to give a clean rule
Didda sacked corrupt ministers and even his prime minister while trying to give a clean rule.
The status of ‘witch queen’ and ‘lame queen of Kashmir’ in the pages of history
This queen of Kashmir has also been given the status of witch queen and lame queen of Kashmir in the pages of history, because it is said that in front of her brain power good kings used to bow their heads. In fact, Didda broke the pre-made rules of the male ruling society and made his own rules, due to which the malevolent society gave him the title of witch.
Become an inspiration for women around the world
In fact, it was very difficult for the male society to understand how a disabled girl without elusive powers could rule Kashmir and a large part of the earth for more than four decades. Didda became an inspiration to women around the world, who are still buried in book stories. Kangana is now preparing to bring this inspiring and interesting story of Didda to the screen.