Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are one of Bollywood’s most beloved couples and whether in real life or reel life, they definitely bring out the best versions of each other. Even though they have made a total of three films together, each and every film was not only successful at the box office, but also set very high standards in making Indian films. So let’s take a look at these masterpieces. Scroll through.
Ram – Leela
Directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, with the powerful couple, Ram Leela was Deepika and Ranveer’s first film together. An adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the story revolves around two Gujarati clans, Rajadi and Sanera, who have been rivals for centuries. The story continues as Ram boldly enters the Sanera home in Holi and flirts with Leela, while Leela’s mother, Dhankor Baa, the Sanera chieftain, is busy arranging her daughter’s marriage with an NRI. When Leela’s older brother Kanji Bhai (Sharad Kelkar) sees Ram, he becomes angry and bribes the local police to raid Ram’s home. However, Ram manages to convince the cops in exchange for his blue set.
And soon Ram and Leela develop feelings for each other and plan to elope, but things turn around when Kanji Bhai accidentally kills Meghji (Abhimanyu Singh), Ram’s older brother, and in return Ram kills Kanji. To escape all the chaos, Ram and Leela decide to get married, but Leela is forcibly taken home by her cousin Bhavani, while Ram is praised for spoiling Leela’s reputation and becomes the new head of the Rajadis.
Ram then asks Dhankor Baa to consider peace between the two clans. She invites him to celebrate Navratri with the Saneras, intending to kill him. In the event, Bhavani secretly shoots Dhankor Baa leaving her wounded to blame the rajadis. Leela is then appointed chief of the Saneras. Thinking that her mother’s condition is due to Ram, she negotiates with Ram and decides never to interact with him again. During the Dussehra festival, Ram and Leela decide that they are soul mates to each other and shoot each other. Rajadis and Saneras then make amends with each other and cremated Ram-Leela together.
This movie was a delight for the audience, a perfect love story full of drama.
With Deepika Padukone, Priyanka Chopra, and Ranveer Singh, Bajirao Mastani is a love story set in the 18th century. The film begins with Bajirao, who was asked to split a peacock feather with an arrow to become the Peshwa of Maratha. Impressed by his abilities, he is declared Peshwa and then the story continues ten years later with Kashibai (Priyanka Chopra), Bajirao’s wife who receives a visit from her widowed friend Bhanu, who predicts that just as she longs for her husband, Kashibai will long for to Bajirao. .
As he travels, a Bundelkhand diplomat asks the Peshwa to help him fight the invaders. The diplomat then reveals herself as Mastani, the daughter of the Rajput king of Chhatrasal and his Muslim consort Ruhani Begum. Impressed by Mastani’s skills as a warrior, Bajirao helps her with her army and defeats the invaders. The King of Chhatrasal then insists Bajirao to celebrate Holi with them. During this time, Mastani and Bajirao fall in love. And then he goes on to give his dagger to Mastani, not knowing that it is a symbol of marriage between the Rajputs.
Determined to pursue her love, Mastani decides to go to Pune, but is treated harshly by Bajirao’s mother, Radhabai, who refuses to accept their relationship. And although Bajirao explains that he is already married and can never be fully his, Mastani accepts Bajirao’s terms and later declares her his second wife. A pregnant Kashibai later discovers that Mastani is also pregnant, an angry Kashibai goes to her mother’s house and returns with her newborn son Raghunath. Mastani also gives birth to a son, named Krishna Rao, but the priest refuses to carry out the naming ceremony on the grounds that Krishna Rao is illegitimate, Bajirao then names his son Shamsher Bahadur and decides to raise him as a Muslim. A few years later, when Bajirao goes to war, Raghunath and Bajirao’s mother imprison Mastani and her son. After defeating the enemy, Bajirao falls ill and is on his deathbed, Kashibai pleads with Bajirao’s mother to release Mastani for Bajirao to recover. But Bajirao hallucinates due to his illness and dies, and at the same time Mastani dies in prison.
The whole movie came together really well and we loved every part.
Last but not least, released in 2018, Padmaavat with Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh, Shahid Kapoor, Aditi Rao Hydari and Jim Sarbh, the film is set in the 13th century and begins with Alauddin Khilji (Ranveer Singh) asking him to Jalaluddin’s daughter, Mehrunisa’s (Aditi Rao Hydari) hand in hand in marriage. On the other hand, in Singhal, Padmavati (Deepika Padukone) accidentally wounds Ratan Singh (Shahid Kapoor), the Rajput ruler of Mewar, while hunting in a forest. As Padmavati treats him, the two bond and fall in love. Ratan Singh then asks for Padmavati’s hand in marriage, and the two get married.
Meanwhile, Alauddin assassinates Jalaluddin and his ministers for his slave Kafur (Jim Sarbh), and declares himself the new Sultan of Delhi. Upon arrival in Chittor, Padmavati and Ratan Singh are blessed by the royal priest of Mewar. Later, the priest spies an intimate moment between Ratan and Padmavati, and is subsequently banished. The royal priest travels to Delhi and informs Alauddin about the beauty of Padmavati. Alauddin, who wants anything rare and beautiful, invites the Rajputs to Delhi, but their invitation is rejected.
An enraged Alauddin besieges Ratan Singh’s capital, Chittor, but after an unsuccessful one, Alauddin feigns peace because of Holi and is then allowed to enter Chittor, where he meets Ratan Singh. But Ratan Singh prevents Alauddin from seeing Padmavati’s face. Alauddin further tricks Ratan Singh and takes him to Delhi as a prisoner.
Padmavati agrees to see Alauddin and travels to Delhi with the Rajputs, disguised in women’s clothing to kill the Khilji soldiers. And with the help of Mehrunisa, the Rajput King and Queen escape. Alauddin goes to Chittor and engages in a single match with Ratan. And although Alauddin is wounded, Ratan does not kill him because he is unarmed. Kafur then takes the opportunity to mortally wound Ratan while his back is turned. Although Khiljis captures Chittor, Rajput women perform Jauhar (mass suicide) together with their queen.