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5 Reasons Why you Can’t Miss to Watch First Day, First Show of movie Padmavati

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  • Ranveer – Deepika magic will be seen once again in Padmavati after Ram-Leela and Bajirao Mastani
  • The battle scenes in the trailer are giving goosebumps, the movie will have much more than this.

5 Reasons to Watch Padmavati’s First Day, First Show

Tremendous performances by the trio Ranveer-Deepika-Shahid: The much-awaited Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s movie Padmavati is a must watch. Its trailer left us awestruck with the power pack performances of Deepika Padukone as Padmavati, Ranveer Singh as Sultan Alauddin Khilji and Shahid Kapoor will be playing a Rajput for the first time. The historic avatars of these three are making us droll over their appearances in the movie.

Deepika Padukone in Padmavati. Image:Intagram
Shahid Kapoor in Padmavati. Image:Instagram

Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s magnum opus: His unmatched Vision of directing movies is commendable. His portrayal of emotions and amazing screenplay makes him stand for his movies in the industry. He can create magic on screen giving life to a simple tale.

Cinematography of Movie: The battle scenes in the trailer have surely raised our expectations from the movie. They look culturally and historically perfect and visually tremendous. This time he has done it on a much larger scale.

Music Composition of Padmavati: Bhansali’s good taste of music will make us listen the songs of the movie back and again.. The music is in the trailer also seems to be liked by everyone.

Connect with the Indian Culture: Padmavati is a tale of Indian pride and bravery as our countrymen fearlessly fought the invaders in 1303 AD. Bhansali will showcase Indian culture, folk art, dance and music through the medium of cinema.

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Deepika Padukone Speaks About The MeToo Movement

While not directly addressing Tanushree Dutta's allegations against Nana Patekar, Ranveer said gender irrespective, any kind of harassment is unacceptable

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The #MeToo movement is not a man versus woman debate, says Bollywood’s leading actress Deepika Padukone, who feels it is a matter of voices being raised in favour of right over wrong.

Deepika Padukone and actor Ranveer Singh, who made a joint appearance at the 16th Hindustan Times Leadership Summit here on Friday, were asked to comment on the raging #MeToo movement in Bollywood.

She said: “For me, the MeToo movement is not about gender. It’s about the victory of right over wrong. So anyone who faces any sort of discrimination or any sort of abuse, I think we as a people must support that person. It’s not about a woman or a man or female vs male, let’s not get confused in that conversation.”

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MeToo movement not about gender, it’s about right over wrong: Deepika. (Wikimedia Commons)

While not directly addressing Tanushree Dutta’s allegations against Nana Patekar, Ranveer said gender irrespective, any kind of harassment is unacceptable.

“Harassment per se, is wrong. Harassment of anyone. Women, men… Any person being harassed is wrong, whether it is in the workplace, public place, the street, at home… harassment is wrong. Right now there is something that has happened, and there are all kinds of speculations, but if it has happened, it takes a lot of courage to speak about it.

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“You’ve been through some very disturbing experience. It takes courage to speak publicly about it. Therefore you must consider what the person is saying. But it’s inconclusive yet, so we are confused about what actually happened. But if it has, it is absolutely wrong and I condemn it emphatically. It is beyond gender… Harassment of any kind. If you maliciously act against anyone, it is absolutely wrong,” Ranveer said, eliciting loud applause from the audience. (IANS)