Deepika, Ranveer and Shahid to have solo posters for ‘Padmavati’?
Mumbai, 12 Sept – We don’t want to be in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s shoes for this one. Sure, he may be counted as the most artistic and arguably successful director today, but his upcoming film has even this too-strict filmmaker tearing his hair apart. It seems the introduction of the very talented Shahid Kapur as second hero has clashed a lot of egos.
Director Sanjay Leela Bhansali is finally ready to make his ‘Padmavati’ vision a reality. With set decorators working round the clock on the film sets, and the film’s leading cast – Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh and Shahid Kapoor – getting into character, fans can expect another magnum opus in the making.
According to reports, Deepika, who is currently out promoting her Hollywood film ‘xXx: The Return of Xander Cage’, will commence shooting for the film from November 5.
Meanwhile, reports suggest that Ranveer and Shahid are ‘growing’ into their characters by matching their beards to match that of the rulers Sultan Allauddin Khilji and Raja Rawal Ratan Singh respectively.
The actors have allegedly been asked to reserve 200 days for the film’s shoot. As we all know, SLB’s 2015 blockbuster ‘Bajirao Mastani’ took over a year just for the shoot and post production work was reportedly in progress till days before its release.
The director is also reportedly going overboard to keep his sets and other film details under wrap.
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