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When we talk about Historical Movies, we call to mind Jodhaa Akbar, and Bajirao Mastani,Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior, to name a not many. Akshay Kumar's 'Samrat Prithviraj' has put away good hype in the Media and the Masses. Fans are spout out in numbers to watch the Historical drama Movie based on great Rajput King Prithviraj Chauhan. Akshay Kumar has earlier worked in films such as Gold and Kesari which were time dramas too. While one was focusing on the Battle of Saragarhi, and the other was a Sports drama based on a Gold-winning Indian Olympic athlete.
The starting of Samrat Prithviraj and the First fight with Mohmmad Ghori will leave you with goose bumps. And the climax is equally attachment to leave you spell jump as you revel in the eminence of the Samrat Prithviraj. Akshay Kumar in the great role of King Prithviraj Chauhan has bring his a game to the epic saga. Manushi Chhillar who makes her Bollywood first appearance with Samrat Prithviraj does a fine Job as Princess Sanyogita. Still, her character has little scope to shine in the Movie. Sonu Sood plays the role of 'Chand Bardai', the Shadow of the King. Sanjay Dutt plays 'Kaka Kanha'. He will make you laugh and whine both in the movie. Samrat Prithviraj's background result is bang on with the chronicle. Dr Chandra Prakash Dwivedi has given same importance to the music to companion the story at best.
There has been no eye for detail an fact which is one of the most vitally important aspects of a period Movie. Akshay is powerful as the King but his overall aspect is marred by the outfit that kills the feels. Sanjay Dutt's likely seems wasted with the focus on the comedy Components. Manav Vij who plays the lead opponent looks menacing but hesitate in making an impact of being the Villain. The songs are an absolute disappointment. The lead set that is Akshay Kumar and Manushi Chhillar weak and lack chemistry.
So, is 'Prithviraj Chauhan' fortune the watch? Well, to be Honest, you can try. There are some scenes which will hang on with you even after exit from the theatres.
This is all about "Samrat Prithviraj" - Youviu