Artists Arjun Kapoor, Kriti Sanon, Sanjay Dutt, Mohnish Behl, Padmini Kolhapure, Nawab Shah, Zeenat Aman, Suhasini Mule, Abhishek Nigam
Director: Ashutosh gowariker
Movie Type: Drama, History
Duration: 2 hours 10 minute
Critic Review (Panipat Movie Review)
Director Ashutosh Gowariker has mastery in making Rekha Khan history on film screen. This time too, according to his mastery Panipat As history has brought that third war of Panipat, in which Shaurya, Jambaji, love, sacrifice is everything. The Third Battle of Panipat holds a very important place in history for the Maratha and Mughal Empire. Ashutosh Gowariker has done his best to give justice to that chapter with Cinematic Liberty.
Story: Sadashiv Rao Bhau (Arjun Kapoor) Is the brave Peshwa of the army of his cousin Nana Saheb Peshwa (Mohnish Bahl). In the first scene of the film, he returns victorious in the war and is respected in the court of Nana Saheb Peshwa. When Sadashiv Rao Bhau’s fame and fame rise in the court after Udgir’s Nizam is defeated, the Peshwa’s wife Gopika Bai (Padmini Kolhapure) becomes insecure about the fact that the promise of the throne does not become Sadashiv. She wants to see her son Vishwas Rao (Abhishek Nigam) as Gaddinshin. Here, Raja Vaidya’s daughter Parvati Bai (Kriti Senan) falls in love with Sadashiva and soon they grow into the bond of marriage. On the other hand, to reduce the influence of Sadashiv, he is removed from the war and made a money minister. Then Najib ud-daulah (mantra) to capture the throne of Delhi, Ahmed Shah Abdali (Emperor of Afghanistan)Sanjay Dutt) Shakes hands with At such a time, the leadership of the Maratha army is entrusted to Sadashiv Rao Bhau to protect Delhi and the country. There, Ahmad Shah Abdali, along with Shuja-ud-daulah (Kunal Kapoor) opens a front against the Marathas and all the kings of India. In the battle of Sadashiv and Abdali in the battlefield of Panipat, there is also valor and bravery as well as betrayal.
Review:As a director, Ashutosh Gowariker has chosen a complex chapter of history where it was common for power to be drenched on the back. Along with the internal politics of the Peshwa Shahi, Ashutosh has also depicted the valor of the heroes who along with the rulers of the country, along with the decrepit state of Delhi and the kings who stake the country’s security for their personal interests. Was martyred for Due to being a historical film, there are a lot of characters, so in many places the film seems long and stretched. Editing should have been sharp. Due to the film’s many dialogues in Marathi, Amarathi speakers may have problems. The battle scenes have been the hallmark of Ashutosh and here too he has managed to show the bravery and barbarity of the battlefield, But the war scenes of Arjun and Sanjay Dutt are missing. The director has left no stone unturned in the grandeur of the film. Nitin Desai’s art direction and Neeta Lulla’s costume prove to be a plus point for such a period drama. CK Marlidharan’s cinematography has beautifully captured that period of history. The song ‘Sapna Hai Sach Hai’ has become melodious in Ajay-Atul’s music.
Arjun Kapoor has worked hard for the role of Sadashiv Rao Bhau. His hard work is reflected on the screen. As Parvati Bai, Kriti looks beautiful as well as engaged in converting. His and Arjun’s love story should have been given more dimensions. Sanjay Dutt has definitely played Durdant in his role, but his role did not prove to be as layered. Among the supporting cast, Padmini Kolhapure, Mohnish Bahl, Suhasini Mule, Nawab Shah, Abhishek Nigam etc. have performed their roles properly. Zeenat Aman does not get much chance on screen.
Why Watch: Those who are fond of historical films can see this film.
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