Padmaavat Movie Review:
Padmavati Short Review:
Director Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati is a historical visual extravaganza. The characters we studied in history such as Chitoor, Rajput, Khilji, Rawal Ratan Singh, padmavati are the characters of Padmavati which helps us to connect easily with the film.
When a film’s music or plot or acting or visuals makes you think about it even after you come out of the theatre, it is not necessary for it to be a great film, but it is definitely an important film. Padmavati falls into the category of important film. It is filmed with so much care, vision, passion and desire put into it by the maverick filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali.
Padmavati’s story is all we have studied in history, but the screenplay is written with some imagination mixed with it.
All three leading actors Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh has excelled in their performance. Especially Ranveer Singh, It’ll be in his all time top 10 performance forever. Once in a lifetime character for him. He stays in our hearts more than any character in the film. Ranveer Singh’s khilji portrayal is vera level, as we are convinced that noone in India could have done better than him.
As a film, Padmavati lags in the second half. An extra care in the second half as in the first half could’ve worked wonders. Music in Sanjay Bansali’s film is becoming an outstanding outing over the years and it is proved in this film too.
Overall, Padmavati has come out after lot of hurdles and problems. And because of that we wouldn’t want to talk about the minor negatives of Padmavati. Let’s talk about the positives alone. Padmavati is definitely a milestone in Indian cinema.
Verdict: A breathtaking transformation of history into film.
Rating : 3/5