Padamaavat Movie Review: If you do not see 'Padmavat' then you will regret
Sanjay Leela Bhansali has once shown that Bollywood's Great Show Man. How is a topic given grandeur? Characters are transported closer to the heart and a great cinema is created to realize. They specialize in this. 'Padmavat' is such a movie that is perfect for every criterion of filmmaking and filmwatching. From Alauddin Khilji to King Ratan Singh and Padmavati, all come in front of the heart of the heart. In this way Sanjay Leela Bhansali has again turned his talent and direction into iron after 'Bajirao Mastani'.
It is said in the beginning of the film that 'Padmavat' is based on the story of Malik Muhammad Jaisi. There is no such thing in the story of the film, which has a bearing on Rajpati's emotions. The story of the film is from Raja Ratan Singh. Which becomes passionate with Sinhala's Padmavati. Then the Padmavati queen is made but then a traitor comes and Alauddin Khilji is provoked to quote Rani Padmavati and comes to take revenge from Chittor. The story is exactly as we know it. Alauddin and Rani Padmavati are not in a frame anywhere in the film. Keeps the story tied and runs along till the end. Sanjay's storytelling is amazing. Alauddin Khilji, Ranveer Singh is the life of the movie.
In the ring of acting
Everyone is amazing in acting. Ranvir Singh has made Alauddin Khilji victorious in front of us. It is fun to watch Ranvir's entry as Alauddin, and his style and character shows the energy of putting energy in the mouth and gets out of his mouth. They also seem cruel, and present various aspects of a person's personality. Shahid Kapoor is also shocked. His Facialial Expressions has put the life of King Ratansena's life on. Shahid Kapoor has introduced the junky dialogue, as well as the Rajputana style. If you talk about Padmavati then Deepika Padukone is Ultimate. Whether it is the Parmavati of the Mastmaula predictor of Sinhalese Island or Queen Sanchi of Chittor, they are amazing. After Mastani, Deepika's Padmavati settles in style, and during the jawar, the feeling of emotions and sharpness on her face is really the matter of the bus of Deepika. He has no break in the traditional character.
Things are more
The first thing is that those opposing the film should first look at it. Rajputana Shan has been shown best. Perhaps they will realize their mistake of opposing the film. The budget of the film is said to be 180 crores and Rs 20 crores. Its 3D and IMAX versions are built on. There is a tremendous hype about the film and it is also fantastic. There is no big challenge at the box office till 9th February. After seeing 'Padmavat', the same thing comes in mind that if you do not see it then you will have to repent.
Rating: 4.5 stars
Director: Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Cast: Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh, Shahid Kapoor, Raza Murad and Aditi Rao Hydari