Padmaavat Movie Review and Rating
Starring : Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor, Ranveer Singh
Director : Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Producer : Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Sudhanshu Vats, Ajit Andhare
Music Director : Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Sanchit Balhara
Release Date: 25th January 2018
Padmavat Review :
Padmaavat director is Sanajay Leela Bhansali this movie is grand release on 25th January. Padmaavat is based on the 16th century poem Padmavat by Malik Muhammad Jayasi. Bhansali has added his own scenes to ‘Padmaavat’ giving it a fairy-tale sheen. Yet, a day ahead of the film’s release protests and violence against the padmavat film continue to take place in many areas. We had been to a special case screening and bring you the review in advance.
- First half little bit dragged
- Illogical scenes
Performance: Ranveer Singh breathes life into the character of the barbaric power-drunk Alauddin Khilji giving us a villain. He steals the show with his fantastic performances. Sporting waist-length hair, kohl in piercing eyes, facial scars, and sex-appeal and swagger of a badboy rockstar, he’s both fantacstic and repulsive at once. His way of dialogue delivery good. Deepika Padukone is an queen of grace and she delivers a knockout performance as a Rani Padmini yet again. Shahid Kapoor as the ruler of Meerwar- Ratan Singh also justifies with his role and he looks good. Aditi Rao Hydari as Mehrunisa, wife of Alauddin Khilji delivers her best. Rests of the cast perform also good.
Technical: Screenplay is well written that keeps the audiences glued onto the screen. Padmaavat is technically brilliant and the credit goes to the art direction department. Cinematography by Sudeep Chatterjee is awesome. Bhansali applies the ‘lavish’ approach to staging the controversial jauhar scene in the climax. The way the director describe the proceedings with completely drama and mind-blowing performances prove what a master maker he is. The music is impressive and it elevate the sequences. The production values are high. The costume designer has done decent job. Editing is good.
Analysis: Padmaavat has in the form of technical prowess and performances Stunning visuals, background music,Cinematography work, performance of its cast, powerful climax, war episode between Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh are the major assets of the movie.This film belongs to Ranveer Singh whose delicious performance is its biggest strength. The interval bang is terrific and creates a suspense factor as well. who feel that the film have more war scenes and amazing fights will be quite disappointed but Padmaavat is a good historical drama.