Bajirao Mastani 2015 info:-
Bajirao Mastani 2015, Legendary warrior Peshwa Bajirao battles Mughals but falls in love with half-Muslim Mastani – what happens when Bajirao’s family declares war on his love? Straight away, Bajirao Mastani is Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s most gorgeous – and most political – movie.
Peshwa Bajirao (Ranveer) stretches the Maratha empire across 18th century India, fighting Mughals and rivals for Chhatrapati Shahu (Mahesh). Suddenly, Bundelkhand requests protection, Bajirao approached by its half-Muslim princess Mastani (Deepika). As Bajirao-Mastani fall in love.
how does his wife Kashibai (Priyanka) react? And can Bajirao-Mastani battle the bitter opposition they receive? Bajirao Mastani’s most outstanding star is its cinematography. Every visual resembles a grand painting – courts with shadows and chandeliers.
courtiers with tilaks and teers, chambers gleaming with mirrors, skies blushing with passion. Certain shots – Bajirao leaping up an elephant – stamp themselves onto your memory. The movie’s battle scenes are grand and complex while its family battles.
led by Bajirao’s Ma Sahab (bitterly good Tanvi) and brother Chimaji (Vaibhav, whose nervous spite impresses) – are acrid and intense. With his faithful friend Ambaji (Milind) and acidic rival Pratinidhi.
Bajirao Mastani 2015 Plot:-
In the early 18th century, the court of Maratha king Chhatrapati Shahu needs a new Peshwa, the equivalent of a prime minister. Ambaji Pant nominates a young Bajirao. As a test, Bajirao is asked to split a peacock feather with an arrow.
He succeeds and is given the Peshwa title. Ten years later, his wife Kashibai is visited by her widowed friend Bhanu, whose husband, accused of spying, was ordered to be executed by Bajirao. She predicts that just as she yearns for her husband, Kashibai will yearn for Bajirao.
Chhatrasal is overjoyed and insists Bajirao spend Holi with them. Mastani and Bajirao fall in love during this time and he gives her his dagger, unaware that it is a symbol of marriage among the Rajputs. Back home in Pune, Kashibai greets Bajirao with a tour of their newly-built Shaniwar Wada.
the Aaina Mahal (Hall of Mirrors), which allows her to see him from her room. Determined to pursue her love, Mastani arrives in Pune but is treated harshly by Bajirao’s mother Radhabai and accommodated in the palace for courtesans, as Radhabai refuses to accept her as a daughter-in-law.
Mastani tolerates this and adamantly expresses her desire to be with Bajirao; Bajirao chides her persistence, reminding her he is already married and will never fully be hers; his court will also never respect her. Mastani agrees to these conditions so Bajirao declares her his second wife. Please See More Information…….
Bajirao Mastani 2015 Production:-
Sanjay Leela Bhansali had conceived the historical romance about Maratha Peshwa Bajirao and his second wife Mastani even before he had directed his first feature Khamoshi: The Musical in 1996. Several other directors such as Muzaffar Ali, Manmohan Desai, and Kamal Amrohi had tried to make a film about the two historical figures but they were never made.
Bhansali had intended to make Bajirao Mastani after the release of Devdas (2002) and had officially announced it in 2003, with filming scheduled to begin in May 2004. The film, however, was shelved indefinitely. Reports about a possible revival had made headlines ever since.
Bhansali had planned to revive it every other year but the project never came to fruition. In an interview with The Telegraph, Bhansali spoke about his intention to make Bajirao Mastani after finishing every film he made in-between, saying “I kept trying to revive it over and over again, but if there is one thing that filmmaking has taught me.
it’s that every film has its destiny. And I strongly believe that the souls of … Bajirao, Mastani, and Kashibai wanted us to make this film only now. In the process, the film became a passion project for him.
Bajirao Mastani 2015 Casting:-
Bhansali originally wanted to repeat his Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999) pairing of Salman Khan with Aishwarya Rai for the eponymous roles, but could not cast them together after their highly publicized breakup. Khan then tried to suggest his then-girlfriend Katrina Kaif for the role of Mastani but things did not materialize.
When the film was finally announced in 2003, Bhansali had cast Khan and Kareena Kapoor in the titular roles, with Rani Mukerji playing Baji Rao’s first wife Kashibai. However, the idea was scrapped when Khan and Kapoor signed other films together. Bhansali wanted to be the first director to showcase their pairing. Hence, the film was shelved and Bhansali went on to direct other films.