History repeats itself but this time to leave the viewers speechless.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film Padmaavat will be out in theatres on January 24th. Yes, you heard it right. Special IMAX 3D and 3D shows will be premiered at selected cinemas of some cities one day prior to its release. The film has courted controversies right from the word go. Fringe groups of India like Shri Rajput Karni Sena are staging protests against the film for projecting their revered Rajput queen Rani Padmavati in bad light. Citing the outrage and protests, the film was deferred from its official release date of December .
Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s magnum opus ‘Padmaavat’ is based on Malik Muhammad Jayasi’s epic poem ‘Padmavat’. So, a disclaimer right at the start of the film rests the case, putting all the allegations and accusations to the burner.
Just in 15 minutes of film, you will develop hatred for Ranveer Singh’s character. That’s where he wins! Alauddin Khilji steals the thunder whenever he’s on the screen. He is as hideous as an evil conqueror should be.
The VFX will take you back to the glorious history of Chittor. Splendid.
Deepika as Rani Padmavati echoes the high sentiment of a Rajput woman. The climax is most dramatic with jaw dropping imagery clouding your mind. The fight sequence between Khilji and Ratan Singh is a takeaway.
Also, Padmavati’s bravery is defined in the last scene which will rip your soul and make you go back in time to salute the pride and righteousness of the Rajput princess.
Kohl in his eyes, valour in his heart, that’s Maharawal Ratan Singh for you. Shahid Kapoor is explosive as the never-bending Chittor prince. The film shrieks about the valour of Rajput dynasty in every frame. Shahid Kapoor does justice to his character.
The epic battle between Alauddin khilji and Maha Rawal Ratan Singh is going on. Shahid Kapoor clad in iron is a visual treat. All for you by Sanjay Leela Bhansali.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali’S film is a tribute to Rajput valour in its each and every frame.
P.S: Book your tickets now, contrary to rumours, there is no objectionable content in the film. Go grab a seat!