Padmaavat (2018) 720p

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Genres:
Drama | History
Resolution:
1280*534
Size:
1.37G
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Language:
Hindi 2.0  
Run Time:
164 min
IMDB Rating:
7 / 10 
MPR:
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Downloaded:
141
Seeds:
71
Peers:
18
Directors: Sanjay Leela Bhansali [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Rani Padmavati (aka Padmini) is said to be one of the most beautiful women to ever exist. This real-life story is the epitome of love and sacrifice between Rajput Queen Padmavati and Rana Rawal Ratan Singh, the Rajput ruler of Mewar. Their perfect life takes an unfortunate turn when Allauddin Khilji's lustful eyes gaze upon Queen Padmavati. Alauddin Khilji is known as one of the most brutal rulers of the Khilji dynasty, ascending to the throne by killing his father-in-law, his brothers-in-law, and their uncles. He was known for attacking states only for their land and women. Indeed, the motive behind the attack on Mewar is none other than royal Rani Padmavati.

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Reviews

I enjoyed this movie

This is a sumptuous historical epic drama that brings a famous Indian poem to life. This story is like a fairytale set in the dreamy past: a beautiful queen, a handsome king, a cruel enemy warlord, glorious costumes, and gorgeous settings. The love story between the couple is romantic, elegant and courageous. The cultural traditions attempt to reflect the ancient time period. The movie also includes lively dancing and singing scenes. The actors are quite adept in their roles and bring strong emotions to the tale. The skilled costume designers deserve many awards! The English translations are large and very easy to read. The movie is very engaging, and for a non-Hindi speaker, a good introduction to the fabulous "Bollywood" world of cinema.

An opulent yet flawed spectacle of an old wives' tale where Mr. Khilji takes the.. eh.. was about to say cake..!

Ironically, the movie is obsessed with Rajputana "Aan-Baan-Shaan" most of which got lost in protests.

Bhansali unabashedly depicts a stark contrast between 'righteous' Hindu and 'dastardly' Muslim warfare cultures, and due to deficiency of shades of grey the movie greatly suffers from lack-of-depth syndrome. However, Bhansali tries to make up for it with magnificent visual poetry and his typical OCDness in set design.

Unlike Rajamouli, Bhansali doesn't invent laws of motion. Instead, he rewrites Indian geography. Chittorgarh looks like Pushkar crossed with Asgard and Valhalla, and Delhi looks like Agrabah from Arabian Nights. Moreover, Khilji's march to Chittorgarh seems easier than commuting to Gurugram from Delhi.

Shahid's Ratansingh doesn't have to do much apart from showing his righteousness and sinewy torso. Had he been born in the British Raj, he would have played a princely cricketer who could contribute little with bat and ball but had the Wisden memorized by heart. Time for Shahid to return to Mr Bharadwaj.

Deepika's Padmaavati is adorned to such an extent that her jewelry would outweigh her hubby's chain-mail. She's the reason why men must take caution in watching this movie with their beloved as V-Day looms by. She manages to boil the pot in the first half but comes on her own in the second. Her chemistry with Shahid is lukewarm at best.

Ranveer's Khilji is the reason why we all watched Jurassic Park - to see the T-Rex. He gobbles up meat with the same intensity and dwarfs everything around. His narcissism, grandiosity and menacing grin can give Gabbar Singh an inferiority complex. Compound it with a beefed up physique, dark soulless eyes and sexual monstrosity which is way more intense than that of rapists depicted in 90s flicks. His moments with Malik Kafur are the best this movie has to offer.

Had Bhansali named this movie as "Khilji Ka Aatank", he could have had lesser problems with CBFC and Karni Sena.

Watched it 20 times already

Best movie ever, especially the story. Most people don't understand the epicness of this movie's story (yes, the story, not just the sets).
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