Rarely comes a movie that makes your eyes pop and heart race, just after watching the trailer. Padmavati is surely one of them. After making us wait for so long, it was expected that director Sanjay Leela Bhansali would bring something larger than life and extravagant to the core.
Just like his previous art works, his vision in Padmavati remains the same. From being royal like BajiraoMastani, heartbreaking like Devdas and power packed like Goliyon Ki Rasleela: Ram Leela.
However, there are striking similarities between Padmavati and Bajirao Mastani, in case you haven't noticed. We'll walk you through it:
Bajirao Mastani and Padmavati, both are period drama films so the language has to have heavy words. Moreover, the tone and the dialogue delivered by Deepika Padukone, easily remind us of the beautiful Mastani that she played. Also, brave words by Shahid Kapoor are just like what Ranveer did in Bajirao Mastani.
Go back to the Bajirao Mastani memories, recall the mud and dusty places with warriors and horses running around, isn't Padmavati giving us the same vibe?
The Pinga song featuring Shahid Kapoor on the verandah of their huge hall and watching the dance is set in the same backdrop of Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra in Bajirao Mastani.
Chemistry between the King and Queen
Deepika Padukone is shown putting headgear on Shahid Kapoor in the trailer of Padmavati, which shows her dedication to her beloved. Isn't it much much close to the scene where Priyanka Chopra's Kashibai had a similar thing done to her warrior husband Bajirao by Ranveer, she was a dedicated and loving wife too!
The war scenes
Making a period drama, the war scenes obviously hold an important place in the movie. Both, Bajirao Mastani and Padmavati have some spine-chilling action sequences to entertain us.
every film has its own story and Padmavati too
has one. There are few similarities, but one thing is for sure that the
storyline won't let us take our eyes off the screen and the killer look of Ranveer Singh as Alauddin Khilji, is giving us all goosebumps! Then again, you expect
nothing but the best by Sanjay