Set in medieval Rajasthan, Queen Padmavati is married to a noble king and they live in a prosperous fortress with their subjects until an ambitious Sultan hears of Padmavati's beauty and forms an obsessive love for the Queen of Mewar.


Prakash Kapadia (screenplay), Sanjay Leela Bhansali (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Deepika Padukone ... Padmavati
Ranveer Singh ... Sultan Alauddin Khilji
Shahid Kapoor ... Maharawal Ratan Singh
Aditi Rao Hydari ... Mehrunissa
Jim Sarbh ... Malik Kafur
Anupriya Goenka ... Nagmati
Raza Murad ... Jalaluddin Khilji
Ujjwal Chopra Ujjwal Chopra ... Gora Singh
Komal Chhabria ... Jalaluddin's Wife
Lankesh Bhardwaj Lankesh Bhardwaj ... Tribhuvan Pal
Bhawani Muzamil Bhawani Muzamil ... Amir Khusro (as Muzzamil Bhavani)
Hriiday Malhotra ... Sujaan Singh
Deepak Shreemali Deepak Shreemali ... Badal Singh
Manish Wadhwa Manish Wadhwa ... Gandharvasen
Gulshan Walia Gulshan Walia ... Head Monk


This fictional story is set in 13th century medieval India. a Princess of Sinhala(modern-day Sri Lanka) called Padmavati falls in love with an already married Maharawal Ratan Singh, King of Chittor. Upon their marriage, Padmavati is crowned queen, taking the place of the legal wife and queen consort of Ratan Singh and they reside together in joy and splendor. Their perfect life takes an unfortunate turn when a Court priest Chetan, banished by his king Ratan Singh, approaches Sultan of Delhi Allauddin Khilji and convinces him to attack Chittor and capture Padmavati for her beauty and absolute luck she brings to the king she marries. Sultan Allaudin Khilji, convinced by the priest of his claims and promises, prepares to attack Chittorgarh. Written by Akshay_intellect

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Drama | History | Romance | War


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Historian Archana Ojha of Delhi University criticised Alauddin Khilji's look and clothing in the film. See more »


It is a known fact that Rajputs and Hindu Rulers never used to attack or fight after sunset, they also never used to attack without letting the enemy know before starting attack. What is shown in the movie is completely wrong where King Ratan Singh is shown attacking the Enemy Alauddin Khilji while 1.Alauddin Khilji is sleeping 2.after sunset with burning arrows and burning enemy tents. See more »


Padmavati: Chittor will witness another war, one that is unseen and unheard of. We women will have to lead it from the very front. And that war shall be the biggest defeat of Alauddin's life.
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Crazy Credits

The names of the three primary actors Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh appear together. See more »


Referenced in The Kapil Sharma Show: The Madness Returns (2018) See more »


Nainowale Ne
Written by Siddharth and Garima Wahal
Performed by Neeti Mohan
Music by Sanjay Leela Bhansali
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Great Story, Big Canvas but lose Direction
27 January 2018 | by SAMTHEBESTESTSee all my reviews


I have not seen film in theater, i watched it on Mobile so i'm not writing much detailed review. This one is short review, see If that helps you. Fantastic Story (thanks to History), somewhere lose to decent Screenplay, Excellent BGM, Dull Music, Film is as Grand as Bahubali but lacks that visionary Direction. Overall a Very Good Film but nothing Outstanding there.

Acting and Impact wise Ranveer > Shahid > Deepika. All 3 have played Characters of Lifetime but not performance of lifetime. Ranveer looks Cruel, Lusty. Shahid is Brave and Dashing. Deepika looks Traditional Beauty. For someone who already knows the story, Climax is not much Exciting. Film has many boring moments, unnecessary songs. Dialogues are top notch. But that MASS Entertainment is missing, neither CLASS is there. SLB has to get over of this Magnum Opus thing now. Recently he's more focused towards Big Sets, Lavishness but not concentrated on Content. Black being Non Grand film but it's his Best till date. He has lost that Class. Come on we Want Content rather than Big Sets. For someone who have seen and liked Magnum Opus like Class LOTR and Mass Bahubali2 this Padmaavat will look a tiny ordinary doll. That Director's Vision is missing, this Script with Rajamouli's vision and he would have made 500cr film.

Overall an Average film saved by Climax which lifted the Tempo in last 20 mins, ends up being a Very Good Film. This one deserves an Entry in 200cr Club. I'm going with 7/10* it's better than Bajirao Mastani but not a Classic. This film does not hurt Rajput Sentiments, instead it Glorifies Rajput Culture and tells their Bravery. Instead of doing useless Protest, take your kids to watch the film and let them know Glory of Rajput's Bravery and Pride.

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Hindi | Tamil | Rajasthani

Release Date:

25 January 2018 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

Rani Padmavati See more »


Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$4,493,384, 28 January 2018

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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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