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Press alt + / to open this menu. Where is Sucharita Tyagi waiting for her reviews eagerly. Arjun Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt and Kriti Sanon in posters of Panipat | Facebook Text Size: T he last time he was here, the Yamuna ran red for seven days. This time he has come with one lakh soldiers. ” That’s a line from Ashutosh Gowariker’s upcoming Hindi movie Panipat, the lodestar battle that Home Minister Amit Shah loves to? slide ?into his conversations. But as battles go, the Third Battle of Panipat in 1761 is an odd choice for a newly patriotic, flag-waving, cheerleading Indian film industry. After all, the most significant and popular memory of the battle between the forces of the Afghan warlord Ahmad Shah Abdali and the Marathas is that it was a military debacle. It drove the Marathas out of the north for a decade. (Not that you would get the sentiment if you saw the trailer of the Sanjay Dutt, Arjun Kapoor and Kriti Sanon-starrer film. ) So, why would a new India, supposedly still suffering from and still avenging the psychic wounds of hundreds of years of foreign rule, want to revisit the Panipat battle through Ashutosh Gowariker’s ninth film, releasing on December 6? Do Indians in 2019 really want to see the brave Marathas, led by the Peshwa’s cousin Sadashiv Rao Bhau, being brutally destroyed by Abdali, who invaded India nine times between 1747 and 1769? It’s not a simple memory of victory and loss. This was a decisive battle that changed history, humiliated the Hindu Marathas even as they were on a winning spree, and signalled a shift in power, the fallout of which reverberated for centuries. The battle, as Amit Shah said, “paved the way for foreigners to enter India”. At a BJP meeting in January this year, he? said ?the Lok Sabha elections this year were like the battle of Panipat, and they just could not afford to lose it. The key lies in the geopolitics of the time. Also read: Panipat film raises alarm in Afghanistan over Abdali portrayal, embassy writes to MEA ‘The great betrayal’ The Marathas were virtually ruling Delhi?by the middle of the 18 th century.?The much-weakened 16th Mughal emperor, famously blind Shah Alam II, had been installed by Sadashiv Rao Bhau after deposing Shah Jahan?III. The British East India Company was hovering around Delhi, and in 1764 would defeat Shah Alam II in the Battle of Buxar, a blow from which the crumbling Mughal empire?would?never?recover. But as the? Panipat ?trailer hints, and the tagline emphasises (“The Great Betrayal”), instead of battling the growing power of the British, the Mughals considered the Marathas their real enemy.?The movie appears to be based on Marathi historian T. S. Shejwalkar’s work,? Panipat 1761, where he? argued ?that the Marathas sacrificed themselves to save the Mughals, who were busy surrendering to the British. The trailer shows an emperor, clearly Shah Alam II, convinced that no one would dare go against the Marathas. Until a Mughal courtier says: “ Ek hai, Jahapanah ”. It also shows another Muslim ruler handing over his guns to Abdali. “ Ham Maratha ka safaya kar denge. (We will remove all evidence of Marathas from here), ” to which the Muslim ally, either from the Rohillas or Awadh, says: “ Phir hamari bandookein aapki ?(Then our guns are yours)”. Also read: A rarely told story of a Maratha vote-bank in deep, distant Haryana The Muslim ‘invader’ Abdali fits the Alauddin Khilji mould of “otherness” ? tall, imposing, and dismissive of Hindu martial prowess.?The two manifest the stock Muslim “invader” tropes that dominate the 21st-century?Hindu psyche.?As one of the? Panipat ?posters?on Abdali? says: “Death strikes where his shadow falls. ” “Why are you throwing your life away for such a small piece of land, ” Abdali asks Sadashiv in the trailer, and he answers even more dramatically (or at least as dramatically as Arjun Kapoor’s acting will allow him): “I am ready to die for even a single grain of dust of my motherland. ” Despite?Sadashiv’s?best intentions, as?historian Audrey?Trushcke puts it: “The battle was a bloodbath. A standard number given is that 40, 000 or 50, 000 Marathas were slaughtered. As a Bollywood film in 2019, I would expect to see a strong Muslim vs Hindu storyline and glorification of the Marathas. ” Which would mean the demonisation of Abdali.?No wonder the Afghan embassy has already? written ?to the Narendra Modi government fearing misrepresentation of Abdali in the film. Abdali was the first king of Afghanistan, founder of the Durrani dynasty, but not their greatest ambassador to India. As popular historian Archana Goradia Gupta points out to ThePrint, even now in Punjab, which Abdali looted so thoroughly, a saying goes: “ Khanda peenda lahe da, baki Ahmad Shahe da ?(only what we’ve eaten and drunk is ours, the rest belongs to Ahmad Shah Abdali). ” Also read: The horrifying timeline of India going crazy over Padmavati Fact and fiction For Reliance?Entertainment, the distributors of the film, “all the three main cast are looking exciting in their roles”. “The story is patriotic. So, I expect it to do well. In India, traditionally costume dramas do well and in this case, the story is established, ” Reliance Entertainment CEO Shibasish Sarkar told ThePrint. Indeed, unlike Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s? Padmaavat ?(2018) and Gowariker’s own? Jodhaa Akbar ?(2008) ??which were part-myth, part-real?? there is no ambiguity about anyone’s existence?here. Gowariker has been earlier criticised by many Hindutva? advocates ?for greenwashing Mughal history and introducing distortions in the portrayal of Akbar. It was finally the Supreme Court that? intervened ?as the fact-checker for? Jodhaa Akbar. Panipat has been produced by Ashutosh?Gowariker?Private Limited and a new company started by London-based pharma professional Rohit Shelatkar, Vision World. Shelatkar has been quoted as saying: “The hardships Marathas faced reaching Panipat and fighting the battle with the mighty Afghans 1, 000 miles away from their homes in Pune just to protect our motherland from the invaders is something our youth can learn from. There’s a lot to take from Panipat ? bravery, might, loyalty, discipline, and patriotism. ” And chest-thumping patriotism is an evergreen winner ? in cinema, in deodorant ads or TV channel debates. Especially when it is invoked against the foreigner in history. The subtext in these polarised times is simple: when it came to the crunch, it was the Hindu Marathas who defended India, not the Muslim Mughals. Is it a coincidence that the movie is being released on 6 December, the day when the mosque built by Babur ? who established the Mughal empire after the First Battle of Panipat in 1526 ? was demolished in Ayodhya 27 years ago? The author is a senior journalist. Views are personal. ThePrint is now on Telegram. For the best reports & opinion on politics, governance and more, subscribe to ThePrint on Telegram.
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Good movie but the storyline reminded me a lot of the movie called the sister act 2. ????? ???? ? ???. As long as they have bollywood they can win every battle.
Watched Panipat yesterday despite reading the negative reviews of our so called "critics. man was I glad that I didn't believe them in totality. br> The film is based on the 3rd Battle of Panipat which was fought between the Marathas lead by Sadshivrao Bhau Peshwa and Ahmed Shah Abdali's Afghans on 14th Jan 1761. Even though the Marathas were defeated by the marauding Afghans in the face off, this film is about glorifying the valor and bravery of the Marathas and their patriotic zeal and fervor. Cast: Arjun Kapoor and Kriti Sanon play Sadashivrao Bhau & Parvati ( Bhau's wife) respectively. Awesome performances by both; though I am not a great fan of Arjun Kapoor of late, he has given a restrained performance without any undue histrionics and over the top hamming. Sanon is awesome with her role and her voiceover as the narrator of this great battle saga is also noteworthy. Looks very pretty too in traditional Maharashtrian attire. Sanjay Dutt as Abdali does a decent job, looking like a fierce Afghan warrior in the true sense. Performance wise, he is ok, yet not something to go gaga about either. Others like Mohnish Behl, Padmini Kolhapure, Nawab Shah etc do a decent job with their small roles. Length of the film : A tad bit long at 2 hrs 51 mins, especially the first half which focuses on the build up to the war. The film however pics up pace in the second half and that's where the real action happens. Length of the film could have been cut down by at least 20 mins. Too detailed at times which slows down the narrative. Direction, Cinematography, VFX, Music etc: Direction by Gowarikar is decent. He has done a lot of research for the film and it shows on screen. Costumes & jewellery are awesome. Sets give a larger than life feel, but do not capture every angle and detail, not bad though. VFX is okay, though not in the same league as Bahubali Music by Ajay Atul is a big letdown. No foot thumping songs like "Malhari" from Bajirao Mastani here. Sad. My verdict: By no means is Panipat a bad film. Watch it as a standalone film without comparing it to Bajirao Mastani. A great one time watch. Don't go by what the critics say ( as I have said many times before. br> Watch it on the big screen with your family and celebrate the valor of the vanquished. br> 7/10 from me for this period drama.
Sir ishak jade phull movie do na. Required more search to purify The History of Punjab and Maratha's. Hahahaha akhir billi thailay say bahir a gai. Very informative, thanks from Pakistan. This is a really epic drama movie. This movie is a mixture of love, respect, kindness, family drama and Biggest betrayals of hero's nearest people. I don't like the film's hero Arjun Kapoor but believe me this movie is really Fantastic according to it's Story. The story of this movie is really good. I can't believe myself that I cried in this movie. The betrayals scenes made me cry. Betrayal scenes are soo emotional. After watching the movie, I can say -This movie deserves a WATCH and Applause also. Sanjay datt's acting is really good as a villain. Arjun Kapoor is not also really bad what I have expected. His character is good for him.
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