Shahid Kapoor slays as Maharawal Ratan Singh in Padmavati. See photos!!!!

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Bollywood performing artist Shahid Kapoor will play King of Chittor and Rani Padmini’s better half Maharawal Ratan Singh in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s highly anticipated period dramatization ‘Padmavati’. The motion picture likewise stars Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh.

Shahid Kapoor’s look in Sanjay Leela Bhanasali’s ‘Padmavati’ is out and the 36-year-old Bollywood on-screen character is murdering us with his savage and regal look. Shahid will play King of Chittor and Rani Padmini’s significant other Maharawal Ratan Singh in the much-anticipated period dramatization.

The creators of ‘Padmavati’ took to Twitter on Monday morning to uncover Shahid’s look. A post on the film’s legitimate Twitter handle read, “महारावल रतन सिंह. साहस, सामर्थ्य और सम्मान का प्रतीक. #Padmavati #MaharawalRatanSingh @shahidkapoor @deepikapadukone @RanveerOfficial.”

Discussing his look in ‘Padmavati’, Shahid Kapoor had stated, “When you are playing a King, you need a specific identity. Around then, the general population used to not be extremely thin and lean, so you need a masculine identity. Essentially for that, and to convey those outfits likewise, Sanjay sir needs me to be somewhat strong and somewhat full. However, I will put on weight as far as muscle and not as far as fat. This is on account of I am playing the character of a warrior. The Rajput lords had exceptionally solid identities.”

While Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone have worked with Sanjay Leela Bhansali in Goliyon ki Rasleela, Ram-Leela and Bajirao Mastaani, this is the main joint effort of Shahid Kapoor and Bhansali.

Also, now that we have seen the entrancing looks of Deepika and Shahid, we are considerably more restless for Ranveer Singh’s look in the film. While Deepika Padukone ventures into the shoes of Rani Padmavati, her supposed playmate Ranveer Singh articles the part of Alauddin Khilji. The film is slated to hit the performance centers on December 1.