Bajirao Mastani

Director: Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Actors: Ranveer Singh, Priyanka Chopra, Deepika Padukone

Rating: 2 / 5

Sanjay Leela Bhansali is famous for his styling and amazing movie sets. Again he comes up with some amazing setup and wonderful cinematography. This time the styling had the elegance and it made sense. Unfortunately all these amazing things lasted only a few minutes from the start. Although setup remained fantastic, the movie starts poking the head at the end of first half. Warrior Bajirao converts full time to Lover Bajirao, which is the major backdrop of the movie. There’s no balance maintained between the two, which irritates throughout the second half. There is a good set of wonderful dialogues where Ranvir gets the majority share.

Ranvir Singh is the star of the show. From the word go, he justifies his character and delivers an awesome performance. His potential, that was noticed from the starting, has roared this time. Priyanka Chopra beautifully portrays her innocent character. Deepika Padukone was just average, didn’t really attract.

Direction looked amazing in the starting, but the loosening of the plot affected Bhansali’s performance. I would suggest him to focus more on the story, something which he’s not doing it for a long time now. His music is good and brings stability, but halts the ongoing story.

Overall, a terrific performance by Ranvir, great meaningful sets, but still a head pain.




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