Panipat Movie Review – So-So VFX With A Great Storyline

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panipat movie review

Panipat Movie Review

The Battle of Panipat holds an important place in India and who better to present it than Ashutosh sir, in Bollywood. History and Bollywood have come together from time to time and delivered epic movies. The recently released film, Panipat, talks about how the Marathas fought for this country and took back what was taken away.

In this Panipat Movie Review, we are going to talk about what we liked in the movie, what we didn’t, and whether or not we should go and watch the film. The 3-hr journey in the film is full of drama, action and lots of swords clashing against each other.

The movie begins with the character introduction and scene establishment, which was expected. However, the one thing that wasn’t expected was – the “not-so-good” VFX work. Let us define what we mean by the term – “not-so-good.”

Has anyone of you watched the Hollywood movie – 300? If not then do watch it, but our point is that this movie has some elements that make it look so real that we still get goosebumps. So if you have watched it, then that’s what we are looking for – the element of realism! In the entire movie of Panipat, this was the first factor that made has to have second thoughts about the movie.

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Enough of the hate, let’s talk about what was good in the movie –

The eye for details can be seen in the movie, how the dialogues were created and the help of renowned historians was taken to make things more believable and as much as possible.

Costume design was good, and Kriti was extremely beautiful from start to end. There is a scene before the movie ends where Kriti is seen fighting the Afghans and trust us on that; it is one hell of a sequence delivered perfectly by her. Don’t miss to enjoy it.

Arjun and Sanjay were the next big things in the movie. Although the 1st half went into placing things order, however, the second half was more exciting and entertaining in terms of action.

In this Panipat Movie Review, we would like to specially mention that we did see an improved version of Arjun. Sanjay Dutt, sir, as usual, looked fantastic in the avatar of Ahmed Shah Abdali. His introductory sequence and dialogue delivery are what make this movie a must-watch.

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The movie is a great establishment of how the Marathas fought and what was it like to be for their females at the time to think or react or behave when their beloved family members went to fight battles.

Besides these, the roles played by Zeenat Aman and Nawab Shah are actually a delight to watch. The way these actors did justice to their respective roles makes us proud to mention their names in our Panipat Movie Review.

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In case you haven’t watched the trailer, here it is –

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