Padmavati poster is out… and Deepika Padukone looks stunning

Finallyyy…Team Padmavati dropped the first posters of the movie on Thursday morning, featuring Deepika Padukone in utmost regal attire and that talked about unibrow.

The first two posters of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati, featuring Deepika Padukone as Rani Padmini, have been unveiled by the makers of the film today and the fans are unable to contain their excitement.

Deepika Padukone shared with the world the first look at her upcoming film Padmavati and surprised all her fans with a drastic change to her appearance. The beauty was seen in two new posters with a unibrow, which has forever been considered unappealing as per outdated beauty standards.

a lot of people are talking about how the film is releasing much earlier than expected – in December – but others are discussing her brows. Most of her fans are pleased with the power that the look is bringing with it and hailing Deepika for how she can magically carry any look.

Bollywood celebrities like Karan Johar, Alia Bhatt, Farah Khan, Huma Qureshi, Dia Mirza and Rohit Roy have expressed their enthusiasm about the film on Twitter. “Stunning!!!!! And immensely impactful!!! Sanjay Bhansali is back!!! Can’t wait for December,” tweeted Karan Johar while Alia Bhatt wrote, “Uff just died! Epic.”

Dressed in Rajashtani finery, Deepika looks like a sight to behold. The actress looks fierce and can be seen sporting a unibrow.

Designed by Delhi-based designers Rimple and Harpreet Narula, the main motif of Deepika’s lehenga has been created using traditional zardozi and is symbolic of the Tree of Life – the man’s connection to the cosmos and a warrior’s strength. The border, however, has been derived from the architectural details of Rajasthani palace windows and jharokhas and the odhnis have been styled in conventional ways which are still prevalent in the Mewar belt of Rajasthan.

The film, starring Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh alongside the actress, has been directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali and the historical drama is touted to be a dramatized account of the 1303 Chittor fort in Rajasthan.

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