The screens from the trailer look like a work of an experienced wizard. Meanwhile the best revelation so far is Ranveer Singh's character of Alauddin Khilji.
Padmavati has been the controversy central for quite some time. The big names associated with the flick is doing a great propaganda too. The recently released trailer is also no different. Within hours of release the 3 minute trailer went viral over all social media platforms.
But amongst all the star show and galore, the drama and entertainment, Padmavati has lost its historic originality!
The first recorded history of Rani Padmavati is narrated by Malik Muhammad Jayasi in his famous Awadhi poem, Padmavat, in 1540. Apart from that there is hardly any mention of the Queen and neither is any evidence of her encounter with Alauddin Khilji.
Seems like Sanjay Leela Bansali is writing a new history. But who cares as long as it entertains the ignorant crowd and the most important part, makes tons of money riding upon star power. Cant blame the director thought his art is top class. The screens from the trailer look like a work of an experienced wizard. Meanwhile the best revelation so far is Ranveer Singh’s character of Alauddin Khilji.
Ranveer’s short show is so impressive that it truly depicts how and evil conqueror should be. With a deadly silence coupled with an even evil smile he will the life of the movie if it is to impress original enthusiasts. His performance is well appreciated by some of the top film makers as SS Rajamouli.
. @RanveerOfficial looks menacing and frightening yet can't take my eyes off him..
— rajamouli ss (@ssrajamouli) October 9, 2017
Deepika Padukone’s entry is graceful. Deepika performs as a queen needs to. — from walking like a queen to watching in fear when Khilji’s army reaches the fort.
Shahid Kapoor looks calm and composed. His dialogue delivery is outstanding.
Only two dialogues are revealed in the trailer — ‘Chinta jo talwar kin nok par rakhe voh Rajput…’and ‘Rajputi Kangan mein utni hi taqat hai jitni Rajpuri talvar mein’.
The dialogue writer Prakash R Kapadia, who had penned the dialogues for Bajirao Mastani as well, delivers yet again.