While there are many who are still nonsensically opposing the release of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmaavat, those who have already seen the film in a pre-release screening have truly applauded the magnum opus.
We have heard what the no-holds-barred journalist Arnab Goswami has to say about the film. He claims that the film does not have even a micro-second of vulgarity, and contrary to unpopular belief, the film does not see Alauddin Khilji and Rani Padmini (played by Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone respectively) share even a single frame together.
And now, this prolific author, who has India on their toes with his style of telling mythological stories, has the same opinion, which we guess that he wanted to express when the time was right.
So, there are no guesses by now that the man we are talking about is Amish Tripathi.
A Tweet recently made by him reads the following:
I just saw Padmaavat in a pre-release screening. It is a film which celebrates Rajput bravery. It honours Rani Padmavati. And it says positive things about our culture. I think it is one of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s finest films.
— Amish Tripathi (@authoramish) January 15, 2018
Well, that’s a yet another feather on Padmaavat’s cap, we guess.
Stay tuned to this space while we keep getting you more dope on the magnum opus.