Bajirao Mastani Film Review Star Rating Ranveer Singh Priyanka Chopra & Deepika Padukone

Bajirao Mastani Film Review Star Rating Ranveer Singh Priyanka Chopra & Deepika Padukone :- After too much of controversy Sanjay Leela Bhansali directorial Bajirao Mastani went on screens today in theatres across the globe with lot of hopes as the previously released promos and trailers of this romantic comedy movie have received superb response from the Indian audience. Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone & Priyanka Chopra are playing lead roles in this venture and this drama is going to face a tough clash against Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Dilwale’ at box office.


Speaking about the story of Bajirao Mastani well it is all about legendary warrior Peshwa Bajirao battles Mughals but falls in love with half-Muslim Mastani – what happens when Bajirao’s family declares war on his love?

Bajirao Mastani Critics Review by Experts

As per the analysis of some well known critics, Bajirao Mastani is Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s best work ever. Character of Peshwa Bajirao essayed by heartthrob Ranveer Singh stretches the Maratha empire across 18th century in India, fighting Mughals and rivals for Chhattrapati Shahu (Mahesh). Suddenly, Bundelkhand requests protection, Bajirao approached by its half-Muslim princess Mastani. Priyanka Chopra as Kashibai has also done a fabulous job and she played the role with pure elegance & grace for which she deserves full marks.

Bajirao Mastani Film Star Rating 2.5/5* verdict for Bajirao Mastani Film : Bajirao Mastani’ had all the qualities to be a terrific historical drama. You want to be transported. What it ends up being is a costume thriller : too many costumes, too much revved-up, empty drama, and too little plot. So as per us we give Bajirao Mastani a thumbs down.

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