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.
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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
Hema Malini played the role of queen Padmini (Padmavaat) in the TV serial Terrah Panne in 1985. See more »
When real camels walk, they first move both legs on one side of their body and then the other legs. Unfortunately the animators have created computer generated digital camels, that are immediately unbelievable because all their walking/running is incorrect for real camels, including incorrect movement of the camel-riders on the camel-backs. The animators have all the camels moving like horses. See more »
All fight scenes are scattered and too short. First half is so so boring, and no story at all. It was dragged in a beautiful fashion, to bore the user to death..second half is better. At least had some story at least.
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