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Padmaavat Movie stars Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone, and Shahid Kapoor. Padmavat film is directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. The film has been released in languages other than Hindi.

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Padmaavat Movie Details

Release date:    25 January 2018 (India)

Director:     Sanjay Leela Bhansali

Box office:     585 crores INR

Music director:    Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Sanchit Balhara

Padmaavat Movie Cast

Ranveer Singh

Deepika Padukone

Shahid Kapoor

Aditi Rao Hydari

Jim Sarbh

Anupriya Goenka

Raza Murad

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Oka Praanam...Oka Jeevitham
Rahul Vaidya

Shreya Ghoshal

Vinthagaa Merise Aame
Vijay Prakash

Gaji Biji Gola Ayinadhi
Divya Kumar

Holi Aadaali
Richa Sharma

Padmaavat Movie Review

Before the release, producer-director Bhansali put on a press show after seeing what journalists gave to 'Padmavat'. Sanjay Leela Bhansali's film Padmavati to Padmavat from the film's shooting to its release. But the controversy did not leave the film nor did Karani Sena. The film is finally set to release on 25 January amidst huge controversy. The cause of the controversy in the entire film is not being found at the moment. But the reasons for cheering and cheering and looking proud of the Rajputs are seen in many places in the film.

Not only this, Rajputs can also be proud of their intelligence and queens who are well-versed in battle. We can say that even though queens used to live in the curtain, when the time was up, they were expert in souring their teeth with intelligence. Sanjay Leela Bhansali has tried to show this unique pattern of Rani Padmavati.

Now talk of the film which could have angered the Rajput communities. It has already been told that the film is completely around the Aan Baan Shan of Rajputs, but there is also no doubt that Alauddin Khilji's valor is exaggerated in the film. That is Super Villain Khilji. Yes, the reason for the controversy of the film may be to show the defeat of the Rajputs, because there is no word of defeat in the Rajput dictionary. Curiously, even though viewers fill the pockets of Bhansali by watching the film, history will not forgive them when the dust of instant cinematic glitter will sit with time and all will be seen clearly.

The defeat of Maharawal Ratan Singh, the king of Mewar, who was killed by deception during the war and the jauhar of Padmavati may have been an adventure, but the defeat of Khilji cannot be attributed to insult as Ratan Singh is killed by deception in the film. In the film, no one Rajput wants to remember the story of soldiers being martyred one by one in front of Sultan A Hind Alauddin Khilji and this may be the reason for opposition of this film. Because in the film, Khilji has no scene with Rani Padmavati, due to which the protest is going on across the country.

The story of the film is also quite simple. Alauddin Khilji sits on the throne in the Sultanate, killing his uncle father-in-law Jalaluddin Khilji. At the same time, Maharawal Ratan Singh brings the princess of Sinhala to Padmavati as his 11th queen and brings it to Chittor. However, nowhere in the film is shown how many queens of Ratan Singh. Maharawal's guru's heart falls on the beauty and wisdom of Padmavati, due to which Ratan Singh expels him on Padmavati's suggestion.

The disgraced Rajguru vows to exterminate Chittor and narrates to the sultry Sultan Alauddin so many tales of Padmavati's form that he is fascinated without seeing it. After this, the war which starts, one must go to the cinema hall to see it. The way the political tussle between Khilji-Maharawal-Padmavati is shown in this film is amazing. The unrivaled specimen of the queen's wisdom is seen when the queen sets a condition to deliver her king from the captivity of Khilji and Khilji accepts all their conditions. And there, half the battle Padmavati wins.

Sanjay Leela Bhansali has been facing many allegations about Rajputs and Padmavati about this film, but he has repeatedly given Rajputs a chance to be proud. Yes, as far as the direction of the film is concerned, Bhansali Sahab has been influenced by some Bahubali films. In the film, the scene of the war is shot very well. Being a 3D film, the audience will feel connected. If you look at this film above the controversy of Rajputs, then it is a tremendous film, tremendous direction and excellent acting but the songs of the film have not been able to do wonders. Ranveer Singh has killed in the role of the sultan Sultan Alauddin Khilji. His eccentricity attracts.

Deepika and Shahid play their characters well. But Shahid needed to be shown a bit more forceful as the prince at that time was a good deal of around 7-8 fit. Jim Srabh, who plays a slave from Egypt, dies in the film and will be able to leave his mark on the minds of the viewers. They also appear gay, look warrior and even surprised.

One of the scenes in the film that can make you clap is the scene of the death of Maharaval's commander Gora Singh. After this scene you will say wow .. Gora Singh has been beheaded but his torso has been swords. Something similar has also been shown with Raja Ratan Singh. His sword is on the neck of Khalji even while dying and he does not bow.

Although now Padmavat has got the green signal from the Karni Sena, but several edits have been made in the film in which the Rajputs have been glorified and shown how Khilji was betrayed by Rajput while fighting for the principles. But the film, which has been facing rumors and protests, seems at many places that yes, the film has been cut. Many scenes have been removed. Attempts have been made to show Rajputs as great. But why is there protest now when only Rajputs are glorified in the film.

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