October 9, 2017

Padmavati Official Theatrical Trailer. Epic!

Here is presenting much awaited Official Theatrical Trailer of Padmavati starring Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh and Shahid Kapoor. Film is directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali and produced by Viacom18 Motion Pictures and Bhansali Productions. Padmavati is slated to release on 1st December 2017 and is easily one of the most awaited film of the year.


Team of Bajirao Mastani is back. Expectation from Padmavati is huge. Trade is expecting it to do 150-200 crore nett in India. Some in trade even predicting it to go beyond 200 crore mark.


After seeing the theatrical promo. We give big thumbs up to it. Its Epic! Enjoy!

Padmavati Trailer


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15 comments:

  1. Indian cinema is going to another level with this.. Speechless.. Mindfu**ing.. It's not only one of the best; it's d best trailer come in times...

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    1. what is so speechless, average trailer, wait for robot 2 trailer

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    2. Puneet woh gandu hai jise Golmaal 4 aur Raees jaise trilor pasand hain...tere liye beta Tiger Zinda hai Aayegi..wahaan jaake seeti bajaana

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    3. Riding some horses, beating some drums, fight with swords, dressed like an old king... mean class movie.. movie of the year..
      Come on people. Why can't you see it is always the same concept. Repeated scenes.. movie is a mix of j.akbar, bajirao, veer,... same acting.
      We liked class movies but it should innovate.

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  2. 👍👌👌👍😁😉🙌👌👍

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  3. hope will be one of best film. totally impressed

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  4. Level = Baahubali. Ranveer Singh 👌

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  5. All SLB movies looks and feel absolutely same. Monotonousity at it's peak.

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  6. Always the same scenery. Too common same acts. Repeated scenes. It is a mixed of j.akbar, b.mastani, veer,..

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