The initial reviews of much awaited and most controversial movie of 2017, Padmavat are out and it seems that the movie is mind blowing as well as one of the finest historical movies made in Bollywood. On last friday evening, special screening of the film was organized specially for the journalists and as per their reviews, the Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film has nothing controversial in it. Even there is not a single scene of Alauddin Khilji (Ranveer Singh) and Rani Padmavati (Deepika Padukone) together. So all the allegations by the Rajput groups, specially by the Karni Sena are totally wrong.
The reviews have been given by so many reputed news channels and journalists including CNN News, Rajat Sharma and Arnab Goswami and all of them are nearly saying the same thing that in the movie there is nothing against Rajputs. Just opposite to this thought of something wrong in the movie, every single frame of it is a cinematic tribute to the Rajputs and Rani Padmavati.
According to the review given by CNN-News 18, there is nothing against Rajputs in the movie. In fact, every single frame in this movie is a cinematic tribute to the Rajputs and Rani Padmavati. The movie describes the Rajput pride in a fantastic way.
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Here is the review from CNN:
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The biggest objection of Karni Sena was they believing that movie contains a dream love sequence between Alauddin Khilji and Rani Padmavati. This is the major reason why they asked for a ban on Padmavati film. This turned out to be completely wrong. From the premier it become clear that there is not a single romantic scene between both and they don’t even share a single frame.
Star Journalist, Arnab Goswami gave review about Padmavati on his prime time show at Times Now and said, “Padmavati is the greatest tribute to Rani Padmavati. every scene of this film is a cinematic tribute to Rani Padmavati.”
He also added, “When the movie will be released, Karni Sena will appear like idiots.”
Arnab Goswami’s Review:
Posted by Sanskriti on Friday, November 17, 2017
Whereas, Rajat Sharma on India TV said that not a single scene of the film is controversial and nothing in the movie is against the pride of Rajputs and Rajasthan. The journalist also assured that after watching the movie, no one will say that there is anything against the sentiments of Rajputs.