25 Jan 2018 ● Hindi ● 2 hrs 43 mins
Rating: U/A (India), 12A (Ireland)
Release Dates: 25 Jan 2018 (India), 26 Jan 2018 (Malaysia), 25 Jan 2018 (Singapore), 25 Jan 2018 (United Arab Emirates), 26 Jan 2018 (United Kingdom)
Hindi Name: पद्मावती
Padmaavat doesn't house an extraordinary script and idea. However it is really well shown. I loved the huge intensity it showcases from the first scene where Ranveer Singh gifts an ostrich to his uncle; till the first hour you enjoy Ranveer and his karmas.
In the script, the call to action brings a large conflict where powerful Alauddin Khilji wants the queen of Chittor at any cost.
Visually good.every actor/actress had done their role perfect but too much hype created it's spoiler I was quite.disappointed with the songs sanjay leela bansali movie.know for it music and songs overall it a watchable.for weekend
First I just thought that I'm gonna watch a typical movie like always. But it isn't. I'm not belong to rajput community. But in climax it really made me cry. Hats off to Sanjay Leela Bhansali sir.
Good Movie. Good Visuals. Good Performances. Okay Music. Decent Action War Scenes.
Padmavaat can be called a technical brilliance. Every rupee spent was shown on screen with great drama and performances. This historical drama with finest work from Sanjay and awesome on screen performance from Deepika and Ranveer will be in the minds of Indian cinema lovers for long time.