Synopsis: Set in medieval Rajasthan, Queen Padmavati is married to a noble king and they live in a prosperous fortress with their subjects until an ambitious Sultan hears of Padmavati's beauty and forms an obsessive love for the Queen of Mewar.
Production: Viacom18 Motion Pictures
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164 min


Look at our Commander!

Seems like he's travelled all the way fromDelhi to Gazni only to eat and sleep!

Shareef Pasha, he has come here to get us...

...his intentions are that we attack Delhi together.

Oh Lord, so now the Commanderwants to become the Sultan of Delhi!

Revolt against the Sultanate?!

-This is not a rebellion...'s all about our desires.


How long will we serve the Sultanate?

Now I desire to be the Sultan!


Who is this insolent fool?


Alauddin! What have you brought?

Uncle, you asked me to get it!!

When did I ask you to get an ostrich?

I do not remember.

But Alauddin never forgets.

I respect you so much. You asked for a feather,I got you an ostrich instead.

Feather?Oh yes! Now I remember...

Now you remember!

For my beloved Mehru!

Yes, for Mehru!




Yes, Father?

Look what I got for you as a gift.

Allah! An Ostrich!

I really love you a lot, Father!

Me too.

I'd like to reward youfor fulfilling my daughter's wish.

What do you want?

I risked my life to fulfill your wish.

Now, I want your life in return!

I want your daughter Mehrunisa to be my wife.

Aren't you clever? For one preciousgift you want another in return.

Everything precious belongs only to Alauddin.

Says who?


Mehrunisa, daughter of Jalaluddin Khilji... you accept Alauddin Khilji as your husband?

She accepts!

Shareef Pasha, where is the groom?

Tell him that I've called him.

I'll get him right away.



What are you doing?It's your wedding night!

If the Commander finds out,he will have you beheaded.

Who will tell him?


You won't tell him.You are my childhood friend!

My confidante.

You will never tell him.




Alauddin's greed to possess everything precious,made Mehru and the skies above shudder with fear.

He believed that anything preciouswas rightfully his...

...but was unaware,that thousands of miles away across the oceans...

...lived the most precious beauty on earth...

...the Princess of Singhal.

Your arrow hit it's mark!!

-Is anybody out there?

Is anybody out there?


What are you doing here at this hour?

Our state guest, King Ratan Singh of Mewarhad set out on a hunt.

It seems he has lost his way in the jungle.

The King has given orders to search for him.

Inform the King, the guest is safeand is resting in the caves.

I shall.

Everyone back to the Palace!

-Do you know what those pearls meant to me?

-You could've gifted him a few villages instead.

Why did you have to give him that necklace?

What are you trying to say?

I want that necklace back.

-It was gifted to you on our weddingand you gave it away!

Do not worry,I'll have a similar necklace made for you.

Would you cross the ocean for those pearls?

-Those pearls were especially brought from Singhal.

-Neither can anyone bring those pearls back...

...nor will I ever get that necklace again.

Have you come to apologize?

Your aim is remarkable.

You wounded this hunter instead of the deer.First with your arrow and now with your eyes!

Our meeting was a coincidencebut sometimes coincidences are beautiful...

...just like this place of yours!

Everything here is so mesmerising.

I have been talking for a while,but we know nothing about each other.

You are Ratan Singh, the King of Mewar.

How do you know?

Because you are our guest.

And that's how you welcome your guest.

What brings you to Singhal?

I'm here to buy pearls.

Here, you don't buy pearls.You find them if you're lucky.

Just like I found you.

So tell me about yourself.Who are you?

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