PadmaavatDrama, History, Romance
Padmaavat stag the well controversial Jauhar scene.
Cast & Crew
Padmaavat Movie Review:
Padmaavat is a historical action movie that perfectly fits the impressive list of the director Sanjay Leela Bhansali with help in the script by Prakash Kapadia. The film is inspired and is an unofficial remake of Chittoor Rani Padmini, a Tamil work of 1956 directed by C.V. Sridhar. In the film, the role of Rani Padmavati is well played by Deepika Padukone alongside Shahid Kapoor as Maharawal Ratan Singh and Ranveer Singh in that of Sultan Alauddin Khilji. The film has a delicious performance by the Ranveer Singh that has proved his versatility.
In Padmaavat, the characters are well versed with the originality and have portrait them perfectly. Ranveer’s characterized Alauddin Khilji was a Muslim emperor who lived in the fourteenth century and is attracted by the beauty of the Rani Padmavati (wife of Maharana Ratan Singh) and desire to have her; despite being based on the thin story, Bansali has well trapped the audience with an extraordinary job. The pierced eyes with kohl in them, long unkempt hair, facial scar and the sex appeal of the Ranveer Singh has fascinated and repulsive the audience at once.
The film tells the story - or legend, according to who speaks of it - of a Rajput queen of the thirteenth century who committed suicide to protect her honor and that of her family after the death of her husband, King Rana Ratan Singh, at the hands of the Muslim Sultan Allaudin Khilji. Padmaavat is deemed as the most expensive movie with the budget of US$31 million (Approx) and has grossed US$81 million worldwide (in 2D and 3D). The movie gets a mixed reaction from the critics in regards to the visual effects and the performance of the actors.
Padmaavat stag the well controversial Jauhar scene, it's a tricky approach. Since the ironic post-release controversy by the Rajput community, the pressure lies on Bhansali to portray the sequence as beautifully as possible which he has successively accomplished. On every frame, it has well portrait the values and costumes of the Rajput community. But, the film definitely belongs to the Ranveer Singh, the actor keep you stick to your seat for the entire two and a half hour.