Padmavati Story of Rani | A Bollywood Adaptation

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Rani Padmavati the Queen of Mewa, also known as Padmini back in 13-14th century. Ratan Sen, the Rajput ruler of Chittor, he married her and brought her to Chittor ( Chittorgarh fort ).

Chittorgarh fort, today, stands as an epitome of the true Rajputana spirit, loyalty, fidelity and bravery and a symbol of women power. The palace shrieks of the agonizing tale of its heroic Queen Padmavati.

Alauddin Khalji, the Sultan of Delhi also heard about her beauty, and attacked Chittor with his army to obtain her. Ratan Sen who was killed in a combat with Devpal. Devpal the king of Kumbhalner who was also enamored with Padmavati’s beauty. Before Alauddin Khalji could capture Chittor, Padmavati and her companions committed Jauhar (self-immolation) to protect their honor.

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Bollywood Adaptation to it called ‘Padmavati

The trailer to this movie is released and movie is about to be released on 1st of December Directed by Sanjay leela bhansali under a big production houses with big budget Viacom18 Motion Pictures & Bhansali Productions.

Deepika Padukone’s first look in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati has been unveiled, we are besotted. And why not? Just a look at her and your heart will skip a beat!

 

Adding another beauty Directed by Sanjay leela Bhansali, The trailer of the movie is so compelling, mesmerizing, jaw droping picturization. Every thing looks so beautiful Colors, Costumes, Set, Acting everything is to the point a top notch trailer and lets hope movie will be good too, get lot of attention from public too and if you haven’t watched the trailer you can see it below and do comment about it below, it has already crossed 21 million mark views that’s huge number

 

Controversy related Rani Padmavati

Rajput Karni Sena vandalised the film set. When he was filming at a fort in Jaipur. Post attacks, a debate has ensued involving people supporting Bhansali and those questioning the Director’s liberty to tweak historical facts in the name of creative liberty.

 

 

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