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Padmaavat Full Movie


Padmaavat Full Movie Trailer

Padmaavat | Official Trailer | Ranveer Singh | Shahid Kapoor | Deepika Padukone

PADMAVATI Official Trailer 2 - Ranveer Singh - Shahid Kapoor - Deepika Padukone


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Padmaavat | Scene 1 | अल्लाह की बनाई हर नायाब चीज़ पर अल्लाउद्दीन का हक़ है | Ranveer S. | Deepika P.

Padmaavat | Scene 2 | Bolo Maharani Padmaavati Ki Jai | Deepika Padukone | Ranveer Singh


Padmaavat Full Movie Cast

Cast (in credits order)  

Deepika PadukoneDeepika Padukone...Padmavati
Ranveer SinghRanveer Singh...Sultan Alauddin Khilji
Shahid KapoorShahid Kapoor...Maharawal Ratan Singh
Aditi Rao HydariAditi Rao Hydari...Mehrunissa
Jim SarbhJim Sarbh...Malik Kafur
Anupriya GoenkaAnupriya Goenka...Nagmati
Raza MuradRaza Murad...Jalaluddin Khilji
Ujjwal ChopraUjjwal Chopra...Gora Singh
Komal ChhabriaKomal Chhabria...Jalaluddin's Wife
Lankesh BhardwajLankesh Bhardwaj...Tribhuvan Pal
Bhawani MuzamilBhawani Muzamil...Amir Khusro (as Muzzamil Bhavani)
Hriiday MalhotraHriiday Malhotra...Sujaan Singh
Deepak ShreemaliDeepak Shreemali...Badal Singh
Manish WadhwaManish Wadhwa...Gandharvasen
Gulshan WaliaGulshan Walia...Head Monk
Chintoo Singh VasirChintoo Singh Vasir...Jalal's Darbar Musician 2
Gopal ThakurGopal Thakur...Wrestler 2
Sharhaan SinghSharhaan Singh...Vijaydaan Singh
Alisha SoniAlisha Soni...Rajput Maid
Daljit Sean SinghDaljit Sean Singh...Shareef Pasha (as Daljeet Sean Singh)
Manjit SinghManjit Singh...Farouk Affandi
Saar KashyapSaar Kashyap...Wardhan
Swaroop KhanSwaroop Khan...Rajput Musician
Rohit ChoudharyRohit Choudhary...Ikhtiyaar
Aslam AnwarAslam Anwar...Jalal's Minister 1
Akshay SharmaAkshay Sharma...Jalal's Minister 2
Anuj SharmaAnuj Sharma...Khilji Messenger
Anuj KhuranaAnuj Khurana...Bijuriya
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ashwin DharAshwin Dhar...Ulugh Khan
Arvinder Shagmer GillArvinder Shagmer Gill...Tejveer
Nazir HussianNazir Hussian...Mongol Chief
Aneesha JoshiAneesha Joshi...Binte Dil Dancer
Anisha JoshiAnisha Joshi...Dancer Binte Dil
Mayank KathakMayank Kathak...Jalal's Darbar Musician 3
Ayaz KhanAyaz Khan...Hakeem
Aayam MehtaAayam Mehta...Raghav Chetan
Meena MehtaMeena Mehta...Jalal's Darbar Dancer
Veena MehtaVeena Mehta...Suraj Baisa
Qutee NegpalQutee Negpal...Shanze
Priyanka PawarPriyanka Pawar...Chittai
Mursaleem QureshiMursaleem Qureshi...Mursaleen
Padmavati RaoPadmavati Rao...Kunwar Baisa
Vibhav RoyVibhav Roy...Itaat Khan
Mohammad SakirMohammad Sakir...Mohammad
Deepak SharmaDeepak Sharma...Wrestler 1
Sanjeev SharmaSanjeev Sharma...Hajuriya
Farhan SiddiqueFarhan Siddique...Ashfaq
Deependra SinghDeependra Singh...Rajput Warrior


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Padmaavat Full Movie Description

Charles Martin "Chuck" Jones, an American animator and filmmaker, once said, "We should not confuse distortion with innovation; distortion is useless change, art is beneficial change."

Ace Indian filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali's latest period drama "Padmaavat" explains the rationale behind Chuck Jones' words. Sanjay Leela Bhansali, known for taking on huge silver screen projects, performs the most controversial cinematic piece of his career.

The film "Padmavat" is based on an epic poem "Padmavat" written in 1540 in Awadhi language by Sufi poet and saint Malik Muhammad Jayasi. Before going into the pros and cons of Bhansali's film if we try to know more about padmaavat full movie Sufi poet then we can get some interesting details of his life.

He was blind in one eye and had seven sons. According to a legend he once mocked another saint's opium addiction in his poem "Posti-Nama", the roof of his house collapsed, killing all his sons. He was then invited by Raja Ram Singh of Amethi to read the verses of his poem Padmavat in his court. Jayasi spent the last years of his life in the forest near Amethi and legend says that he often transformed himself into a tiger. One day he was roaming in the forest as a tiger, he was accidentally killed by the king's hunters. The king cherished their memories by ordering the recitation of the Holy Quran at his monument. Whether the Sufi jaisi had the power to transform himself into a tiger is a myth but one fact is clear as to how the former rulers of the subcontinent respected other religions.

After massive but unnecessary uproar, Bhansali's "Padmaavat" has finally released. was it worth it? Anyone can answer with yes, and no. The kind of budget (probably INR 200 Crores) and production price "Padmaavat" carries, Bhansali's effort justifies every penny spent, but the content that has been crafted with a mix of humble distorted facts makes it transforms. In beauty without a true soul.

Honesty is not taken as the best policy in an industry where only numbers matter. Not only history but Bhansali has also intervened in Jayasi's literature by not mentioning the talking parrot's name Hiraman, perhaps to give a more "realistic" feeling to Padmavat and to protect the "purity" of the fictional princess. Be in the effort because Jayasi's poetry tells that his talkative parrot Hiraman used to arouse sexual desire in him by telling erotic stories. Hiraman, the parrot flew away when the prince's father enraged and ordered his guards to kill the talking bird. Hiraman found refuge in Ratan Singh, the ruler of Chittor.

Every director except the parrot who talks to the story can be overlooked for creative freedom, but Bhansali, while reviving Alauddin Khilji, the second most powerful ruler of the Khilji dynasty, is completely indigestible. Though Ranveer Singh has given everything to make his character as Alauddin Khilji memorable but unfortunately it will always be remembered for the wrong reasons. Bhansali's Alauddin Khilji is a cruel, uncivilized, back-stabbing and mischievous Muslim ruler who will go to any extent to satisfy his lust for power, money and women. Ever since radicals have come to power in today's India, Bhansali's "Padmaavat" seems like a pathetic attempt to quell the animosity against Muslims.

The actual inspiration behind Bhansali's so-called dream project is not known, but it gives us a feeling that he wanted to capitalize on the current communal-political situation in India. But politics is like a double-edged dagger and Bhansali would never have expected to face overwhelming backlash from the same section of Indian society that he really wanted to glorify with padmaavat full movie film. And not a single word has been uttered against "Padmaavat" by Indian Muslims which is astonishing but wise and commendable.

We are witnessing a relentless drive to change the history of the Indian subcontinent from a peculiar but very strong section of Indian society, who took their efforts to a whole new level since the butcher of Gujarat became the leader of the world's largest "democracy". have taken. From Bhansali's point of view, where he acknowledges Alauddin Khilji's successful resistance against the barbaric Mongols to save India in his film, but at the same time completely tarnishes Khilji's personality with fictional inspirations.

Showing Alauddin Khilji's army flags resembling the Pakistani flag, Alauddin Khilji's self-commitment to keep every "unsurpassed" rarity or person as his property by hook or crook, giving darker color grading to the parts in which Alauddin Khilji The characters are filmed, have distinctive "Bollywood-ish" shenanigans and have been the trademark of every Indian filmmaker who seeks to exploit communal sentiments against Muslims for monetary purposes only. Saving Indians from Mongols more than four times, establishment of an organized army and some of the economic reforms introduced by Alauddin Khilji are of no value to Bhansali, but an inhuman act of "Jauhar" leading to mass suicide of women in grand manner is elevated.

Unlimited words can be added here to highlight the parts of the film where Bhansali went wrong but there are some notable elements of "Padmaavat" that make it a unique silver screen experience. One of them is Ranveer Singh's performance. Although his rendition as Alauddin Khilji bears more resemblance to "Khal the Drago" of "Game of Thrones" than any Muslim ruler in the history of the subcontinent, Ranveer Singh shines like a star nonetheless. In his first scene where he appears with an ostrich, it is nothing short of epic. His flair with mischief keeps us hooked till the very end.

Deepika Padukone as Princess Padmavati is the result of a poor casting decision based only on star power. Princess Padmavati is seen as the most beautiful woman ever, but there are many scenes in the film in which Aditi Rao Hydari looks more beautiful than her as "Mehrunisa", the wife of Alauddin Khilji. His performance is satisfactory but cannot be considered as one of the best.

Jim Sarbh gave a stellar performance as Ghulam Malik Kafur, the eunuch confidante of Alauddin Khilji. The kind of character he has portrayed in 'Padmaavat' is no less than a challenge as many veterans have avoided doing similar roles in the past. Because of Malik Kafur Some historians have raised questions about Alauddin Khilji's sexual orientation and called him homosexual, but padmaavat full movie has been dismissed by many historians by saying that Alauddin Khilji instilled in Malik Kafur his loyalty in political and administrative matters and He was kept close only because of knowledge.

Like Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor too as Ratan Singh is completely wasted in "Padmaavat" but he is to be commended for accepting such an assignment where his talent is largely marginalised. was to be kept.

Cinematographer Sudip Chatterjee has done award winning work. The kind of lens he has used while filming the various characters of "Padmaavat" adds to the impact of the performance. The visual effects are commendable and can easily be compared with "Baahubali 2".

Overall, Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Padmavat" has a picturesque quality especially with interesting performances from Ranveer Singh and Jim Sarbh, but forced prejudice against Muslim rulers of the past turns Bhansali's "Padmavat" into bitter almonds.

Spoiler: What do you get when you see Bhansali, Ranveer, Deepika and Shahid in a film? OK, I can't believe I'm saying padmaavat full movie , but sometimes you get a lousy padmaavat full movie! Shahid as a warrior king is completely wrong. He looks like a bloated frog next to Ranveer and does not bite him in padmavati full movie in hindi world. But the padmaavat full movie itself is honestly... terrifying. Plot mechanics, basic story elements are just full of illogical visuals. CGI is awesome! People are angry with padmaavat full movie film for various reasons but here I was angry with the bad CGI. The songs are just plain bad, two of them so abrupt and wrong you end up laughing out loud. It never reaches the level of Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, Devdas and Bajirao Mastani, either visually or musically.

Now, Ranveer as Khilji is committed, looks great but the character is hollow as the filmmaker is in love with the actor. We never see Khijli's barbarity or rumored bisexuality. The idea is that he's looking for love, but to be honest, he was going to rape a queen... he wasn't some misunderstood bad boy. Violence in padmavati full movie in hindi war, sexual themes, religious differences...everything is unacceptable just for the sake of beauty and that's just one bad reason why it's not a Disney film, it's a warrior film and Bhansali should have made it like one. The slow motion scenes are another minus point in padmaavat full movie, it is taking so long to tie the turban and do the holi-rubbing. There is no chemistry between Shahid and Deepika. Why does Padmavati fall in love with Raja Ratan Singh, the epitome of hollow masculinity? No reason has been given. The whole Rajput strategy dug a big pit and captured it.

The final fight should have been like Troy's, but Shahid and Ranveer are mismatched. It doesn't look like Shahid is not interested in padmaavat full movie. There's supposed to be a plan and an escape that ends in a tragic sacrifice, but we have terrifying CGI instead of blowing out all the air. What annoyed me is the lack of world building. Where is Mewar? What is Chittor? Is there a gaddi of Khijli in Delhi? And what does it take to travel from one place to another? How did Ratan Singh get kidnapped outside the tent along with all his guards? Is Ratan Singh a good king we should be prepared for? Is he a warrior? It's never set up so all the showdown with the itch doesn't make sense. Also the betrayal that started the war is never explained? Why was the priest watching???? Like I said earlier, padmavati full movie in hindi is just full of illogical flaws and the padmavati full movie in hindi is almost like 3 hours long.

Padmaavat fails to establish an emotional connect as the writing is pale and withdrawn. Despite all its grandeur and grandeur that is given in a SLB padmavati full movie in hindi, it still lacks the "heart" that is associated with such padmaavat full movie. Talking about the battle scenes, it is sad that more action is on the streets than in the film.

Ironically, the film suffers from Rajputana "Aan-Baan-Shaan", most of whom were defeated in protest.

Bhansali boldly paints a stark contrast between the 'righteous' Hindu and 'brutal' Muslim war cultures, and the film suffers from a very profound syndrome due to its lack of gray colours. However, Bhansali tried to make it through with his distinctive OCDiness in scintillating visual poetry and set design.

Unlike Rajamouli, Bhansali does not invent the laws of motion. Instead, he rewrites Indian geography. Chittorgarh looks like Pushkar crossed Asgard and Valhalla, and Delhi looks like Agraba from Arabian Nights. Also, Khilji's march to Chittorgarh seems easier than coming to Gurugram from Delhi.

Shahid's Ratan Singh has nothing to do except show off his virtuous and likeable torso. Had he been born in the British Raj, he would have played the role of a majestic cricketer who could have contributed little with bat and ball, but Wisden would be fondly remembered for. It's time for Shahid to return to Mr. Bhardwaj.

Deepika's Padmavati is decorated to such an extent that her jewelry will outweigh her husband's chain-mail. padmavati full movie in hindi is why men should be careful watching padmaavat full movie as V-Day with their beloved. She manages to boil the pot in the first half but comes herself in the second half. She has the best chemistry with Shahid.

Ranveer's Khilji is the reason we all watched Jurassic Park - to see T-Rex. He consumes meat with the same intensity and dwarfs everything around. His narcissism, grandeur and menacing grin can give Gabbar Singh an inferiority complex. Combine padmavati full movie in hindi with a curvy physique, dark dark eyes, and a sexual demeanor that's far more intense than the rapists portrayed in '90s padmavati full movie in hindi. Her moments with Malik Kafur are the best for padmaavat full movie.

Had Bhansali named the film "Khilji Ka Aath", he would have had less trouble than CBFC and Karni Sena.



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