Once again Ranveer Singh is killing us with his Alauddin Khilji avtaar!
Ranveer Singh needs no introduction now. He is one of the talented and hardworking actors of B- Town. Deepika Padukone’s bae is best known for his outstanding performances he has given till now in his career. We must say before being a mumma’s boy Ranveer Singh is Sanjay Leela’s boy. After playing two heroic characters – Ram in Ram Leela and Bajirao in Bajirao Mastani – Ranveer Singh has embraced grey (or will it be black?) in the director’s Padmavati. As Ranveer Singh’s look as Alauddin Khilji in Padmavati is revealed, we have absolutely speechless. All we can say is get ready for another blast this year.
Ranveer Singh’s speechless look!
From his kohl-lined eyes to the unmanageable tresses as Khilji, everything shouts a spirit hard to control. The deadly scar below the right eye maybe the prize he carries from one of his numerous battles. It is the third look to be revealed after Deepika Padukone’s Padmavati and Shahid Kapoor’s Maharawal Ratan Singh. We were already not able to get over the looks of Deepika and Shahid and now Ranveer Singh has entered into the picture.
Unlike Deepika and Shahid whose characters got a long introduction o social media when their first looks were launched, Ranveer is simply described as ‘Sultan Alauddin Khilji’. While Deepika’s Padmavati was described as “goddess queen” among other things, Shahid’s Ratan Singh was described as “saahas, samarthya aur samman ke Pratik”.
One of the pictures as Khilji shows him in his bath, his tresses loose and his chest gloriously un waxed. The blue-grey gaze is a little bit unsettling.
In another picture released by makers, Ranveer as Khilji wears a gaudy golden crown and looks in a mirror – a moment for reflection, maybe! If we will talk about the film then Padmavati is based on lore that 14th century ruler Alauddin Khilji fell madly in love with Padmini, the queen of Chittor. Choosing honour over a life in Delhi, Padmini and the other women of Chittor killed themselves by leaping into a fire – a practice called jauhar.
Film will hit the screens on 1st of December!
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