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Bajirao Mastani : Review of the Most Awaited Love Saga

Bajirao mastani

The ancient love story of BajiRao and Mastani has been patronized and featured on the silver screen with the most dashing couple, Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone with Priyanka Chopra. This movie entitled as “BajiraoMastani” is directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali.

Ranveer Singh is playing the title character as the ancient Maratha King Bajirao BallaBhat and Deepika Padukone as the female lead as Mastani, the beautiful and courageous half rajput and half muslim princess, with this the glamorous actress Priyanka Chopra, who plays the character of the Maratha king’s first Wife, KashiBai.

18th-Century Love Saga Featured In the Movie

This movie explores the love saga of the 18th century Maratha king, who had fought against Mughals, 40 battles and owned aiming to create a united/unified Hindu Kingdom or ‘Akhand Bharatvarsha’. Starting from the costumes to the Film set, everything is set to give the extravaganza movie a good mileage.

“Every religion teaches love to be the superior power, but love is not limited to any religion, it is itself a religion.” Sanjay Leela Bhansali preaches this with the Bajirao Mastani that hit theaters on Friday. Every emotion is scaled up grander with a glitter be it love, longing or valor on the battlefield; the emotions are carried out with elaborated song and dance.

Costumes to Set, Everything, Is Precisely Managed

With the opening first frame, it is the Maratha court session where the eyes are turned onto Peshwa Bajirao. The warrior with the full glory of manhood strides off to conquer new places all around India with the citizens hearts. All of the excitements that are featured in the movie is the way that Sanjay Leela Bhansali could turn it on.

Effective Casting Improvises the Story in a Dramatic Manner

Along with the leading casts, few other supporting cast characters like Tanvi Azmi playing the character of Bajirao’s mother Radhabai, Vaibhav Tatwawdi playing the character of Chimaji- Bajirao’s brother and Ayush Tandon playing the character of Nana Saheb-son of Bajirao.

With Score voice in the background of Irrfan Khan, the movie story is defined in a spectacular manner. The central scenes are conceived in a well-defined manner and executed with enhancing impact by the impressive performances of the principal casts.

Sudeep Chatterjee, the cinematographer of Bajirao Mastani, has crafted the pretty viewing frames to make it worthy enough.

A major part of BajiraoMastani’s first half serve with a solo purpose that is setting the set for a big blast in the second half. Waiting for the second half with anxious is worthy enough.

Mastani, the half-Rajput and half-Muslim princess of Bhundelkhand equate love with worship and doesn’t withstand religious and social resistance. She bears Bajirao, a son and wants him to be called as Krishna, but the custodians of faith force her and the king to settle with a less Hindu name as Shamsher Bahadur.

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