Far from the work of Kim Dung, this beauty in real life has a difficult and lonely life in old age.
Princess Kien Ninh is a historical character included in the novel “Loc Dinh Ky” by writer Kim Dung. In the story, she is the younger sister of Emperor Kangxi and one of Wei Xiaobao’s seven wives.
The most daring beauty in the swordplay Kim Dung
In the work “Luc Dinh Ky”, the princess Kien Ninh has a naughty, unruly, monstrous and somewhat rough personality. She likes to possess and control Vi Tieu Bao, even sometimes when she has a relationship with her husband that is no different from the master – servant, when it comes to unsatisfactory things, she shoots him in the mouth, making her husband afraid at times.
Video: The bold cut scene of Princess Kien Ninh (Shu Chang) and Wei Xiaobao (Huang Xiaoming) in “Luxing Peak” in 2008.
During a “rainy cloud”, she used fire from a candle to burn Vi Tieu Bao’s hair, whipped her husband with a whip, and then was beaten to the floor by the eunuch, surnamed Vi, and shouted “Qui Bei Lac” . Finally, Wei Xiaobao poured hot candle wax on her body. This scene in director Truong Ky Trung’s (2008) version of “Luc Dinh Ky” between Huynh Xiaoming (as Wei Xiaobao) and Shu Chang (as Kien Ninh) was cut because it was not suitable for Chinese culture.
However, Kien Ninh was also willing to give up the status of the princesses and a life of glory and wealth, even refusing the royal engagement for love, and vowed to go to a deserted island to live with Vi Tieu Bao. In addition, due to his optimism, vivaciousness, and his inherent loveliness, Kien Ninh is often pampered, cared for and cared for by many people.
There are many beauties who have played the role of Princess Kien Ninh. Through each version, the audience is satisfied with Kien Ninh girls with different styles. In general, the female stars have completed their roles well and left a strong impression on the screen.
Creating the character of Kien Ninh, the princess of Lam Tam Nhu, is somewhat elegant and gentle, far from the original.
Among them, Lam Tam Nhu’s character creation is the most controversial in the versions so far because the adaptation is far different from the original. From a monstrous, perverted, and exaggerated character, Hoac Kien Hoa’s wife has transformed into a very cute and cunning princess. Lam Tam Nhu’s Kien Ninh did not show tyranny or roughness to Tieu Bao. On the contrary, she plays the role of a true princess, both elegant, elegant and playful.
In particular, the extremely charming dimples and Taiwanese accent also make Lam Tam Nhu’s princess Kien Ninh become close and endearing. However, there are also many criticisms because this version goes too far from Kim Dung’s original.
Khau Thuc Trinh plays the eccentric princess Kien Ninh in Chow Tinh Tri’s film.
In 1992, the sexy symbol of the fragrant Port Khau Thuc Trinh played the role of the loveable but also extremely eccentric princess Kien Ninh when collaborating with Chau Tinh Tri in the film produced by Vinh Thinh Hong Kong. In terms of overall beauty and acting, this is the version that is most appreciated by the audience.
In the version of Loc Dinh Ky (2008), starring Huynh Xiaoming, actress Thu Sung also received many compliments for her beauty and acting in the role of Princess Kien Ninh. However, the beauty also has some strange hair shapes, making the audience laugh.
Thu Sung’s role as Princess Kien Ninh received many compliments from the audience.
The movie “Loc Dinh Ky” (2013) starring Han Dong received a lot of criticism from the public, but the role of Princess Kien Ninh played by Lau Nghe Tieu was the “bright spot” in the film. Although the beauty is somewhat inferior, but in terms of weirdness and fierceness, no version can match this beauty.
Far from the archetype in history
Although based on the prototype of a real character in history, the image of Princess Kien Ninh in real life and in Kim Dung’s novel is completely different. In fact, Kien Ninh was originally Khang Hy’s aunt, and in “Loc Dinh Ky”, this is the emperor’s sister.
In history, Princess Jianning was the biological aunt of Emperor Kangxi.
In the imperial court, Princess Kien Ninh was ranked as the Queen of the Fourteenth Dynasty (1641-1703) and was the youngest daughter of Thanh Thai Tong Hoang Thai Level. Although she is Khang Hy’s aunt, Princess Kien Ninh is still 13 years younger than this emperor.
After Emperor Thuan Tri succeeded to the throne, for political purposes, Princess Kien Ninh was married to Ngo Ung Hung, son of Tay Binh king Ngo Tam Que. At that time, she was only 12 years old and was the first princess to be married to a Han Chinese. Four years later, she was ordained as the head princess of Hoa Thac.
Although married to a man who has never met, the marriage of Princess Kien Ninh is still very harmonious. However, in the 14th Kangxi year (1675), Ngo Tam Que conducted a rebellion in the south. At that time, husband and wife Ngo Ung Hung and princess Kien Ninh were both in the capital.
Princess Kien Ninh was imprisoned and lived alone in old age.
When the civil unrest broke out, Emperor Kangxi immediately arrested Ngo Ung Hung. A year later, the Emperor ordered the execution of him and one of his sons. Then, because he was worried about his descendants’ revenge, the emperor ordered the execution of all descendants of Ngo Tam Que, including the son of the princess Kien Ninh. As for Princess Hoa Thac (Princess Kien Ninh), she was imprisoned in the palace and had to spend days alone until her death. In the 43rd year of Kangxi, she died at the age of 63.
However, under the pen of Kim Dung, Princess Kien Ninh was not allowed to marry Ngo Ung Hung, but also castrated “little boy” of this character. Because of her love for Vi Tieu Bao, she is ready to give up her noble status and wander around with her lover. In addition, Princess Kien Ninh also gave birth to Vi Tieu Bao a daughter, Vi Song Song.