Numerous tributes to Rajput honour; Alauddin Khilji as a wild-eyed and meat-chomping invader; Deepika Padukone as a glistening symbol of honour: Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati should keep his detractors happy.
The trailer of Bhansali’s latesthistorical epic was released at 13.03pm: a supposed reference to 1303 AD, when Khilji conquered Chittor.
Based on Malik Muhammad Jayasi’s epic poem Padmavat, the film features Padukone as the fictional queen Padmini of Chittor. Shahid Kapoor stars as her husband Rawal Ratan Singh while Ranveer Singh plays the antagonist, whose lust for Padmini leads to war and destruction. Jim Sarbh plays Khilji’s scheming advisor. The film is scheduled to be released on December 1.
The shooting of Padmavati has faced several roadblocks from Rajasthan-based right wing groups, who have accused Bhansali of distorting history and glorifying Khilji. Later, sets in Kolhapur in Maharashtra were set ablaze by unverified miscreants with petrol bombs.
When house hunting is as easy as shopping for groceries
The supermarket experience comes to a sector where you least expected it.
The woes of a house hunter in India are many. The dreary process starts with circling classifieds in newspapers and collecting shiny brochures. You flip through the proposed and ready designs that launch a hundred daydreams on the spot. So far so good. But, every house hunter would attest to the soul-crushing experience of checking out a disappointing property.
The kitchen of a 2BHK is carved from the corner of the hall, the 3BHK is a converted 2BHK, the building looks much older than in the pictures…. after months of reading the fine line, and between the lines, you feel like all the diagrams and highlights seem to blur into each other.
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