Padmavati Review | Padmavati Movie Review : Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s magnum opus Padmaavat starring Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh in the lead roles is readied to have an all-India launch on 25 January after encountering numerous challenges.
Early screenings of the movie have happened throughout India and audiences, and critics and reviewers are chipping in with their takeaways from the movie. And the action appears to be extremely favorable.
The movie starts like a fairy tale. Every framework is charming and the effect on 3D is manifold. We are presented to the endure and spectacular Padmavati of Singhal. There are many charming structures. The first fifty percent comes from Ranveer Singh. From his initial scene to the one where he hounds the head of Mongol warlord, Singh remains in top form. Deepika looks magnificent and Shahid lives as much as the personality of the pleased Rajput. Cinematography by Sudeep Chatterjee is astonishing and the ‘Ghoomar’ song is an aesthetic joy.
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Sanjay Leela Bhansali makes his most daring movie yet, but unfortunately the results are not extremely remarkable. The movie that is a battle impressive, romance, and outfit drama, done in one, is stalled by average implementation. A lot will be stated about the movie’s overwhelming size, and the fact is, it could have been much shorter. It’s the type of movie that attempts as well difficult to obtain your attention in the runtime of practically 3 hrs.
Overall, Padmaavat is a cinematic gem that you simply can not miss out on. Remarkable performances, nimble direction, power-packed screenwriting and discussion, sweet-sounding soundtrack and obviously, the lush placing– this movie has it all. Highly recommended!
Padmaavat Rating : 4/5