Deepika Padukone Padmaavat Review – Padmavat Movie Review, Rating & Verdict

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Padmaavat Movie Review: ‘Padmaavat’, one of the most controversial movies of Bollywood in these days, has finally got its release date, which is on 25th Jan. Many hardships have been faced by people associated with the movie to make this big film. CBFC has also given its nod to the film with some cuts and ordered to change the name from ‘Padmavati’ to ‘Padmavat’ and later Padmaavat.

Story: Set in 1303 AD medieval India, Padmaavat is the story of valor, honor, and obsession. Queen Padmavat is known for her exceptional beauty along with a strong sense of justice with her and is the wife of Maharawal Ratan Singh and pride of the Kingdom of Chittor, a prosperous kingdom which was in the north-west of India. 

Padmaavat Movie Review

On the whole, Padmaavat is a cinematic gem film that you just cannot miss. Tremendous performances, the lavish mounting, melodious soundtrack and of course, power-packed screenwriting and dialogue, deft direction — this film has it all. Strongly recommended! to watch the movie.

Plus Points:

  • Padmaavat works long time because of one man and that is undoubtedly Ranveer Singh.
  • Padmavat movie is filled with mind-blowing visuals.
  • Shahid Kapoor, he has also done a decent job and has managed to face Ranveer Singh in an very impressive way.
  • Background score needs a special mention as it elevates the movie to another level. The film wouldn’t have been the epic it was if not for Sachit Balhara’s powerful background score.

Minus Points:

  • The film is a bit lengthy.
  • Padmaavat has just average music which is a huge drawback.
  • Many scenes might look illogical at times.

Deepika Padukone Padmavat Movie Rating: 3.5/5

Verdict: On the whole, Padmaavat is an extravagant historical drama film. The hard-hitting drama, grandeur and terrific performances will surely leave you highly impressed. Ranveer Singh single-handedly carries the movie on his shoulders and is a treat to watch on big screen.

As for the film as a whole, the saving graces are of an entirely superficial nature. The SLB approach to filmmaking is on full view in Padmaavat, so no surprises there. He discards subtleties, pumps up the pitch and batters the material at his disposal into one big pulpy spectacle.

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