Shahid, Deepika and Ranveer nail their 'Padmavati' avatars

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Entertainment Desk/ IANS October 03, 2017

Ranveer Singh was the last to unveil his avatar of Alauddin Khilji for the much-awaited Bollywood movie Padmavati.

Oozing fierce vibes, Ranveer has still managed to look like pure royalty. Kohled eyes, long tresses and vicious expressions all create the rugged look that was required.

The talented actor did all that he could to really get into the character of Alauddin Khilji – a cruel, menacing villain-hero. He explored such hidden depths of negativity that he actually had to see a psychiatrist to get back to his normal self.

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Deepika Padukone looked every inch a reigning empress as she donned a red saree. Around 200 craftsmen worked for 600 days to create some of the most iconic pieces that will be showcased in the movie. Each piece of jewellery worn in the movie plays a significant role in some of the most crucial scenes.

The second poster shows the actress, who is sporting a unibrow for the first time, standing inside what seems like a temple.

Shahid will play the role of MahaRawal Ratan Singh, husband of Deepika’s character, in the Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s directorial.

Shahid, whose face is slashed with battle scars, is seen sporting a heavy bearded look.

His twirled moustache, kohl filled eyes, red tika and pearl jewellery creates just the right impact.

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Although all three actors seem to have really moulded themselves into their characters, the question is, who aced their look?

We think,  Ranveer Singh was really able to give off an evil aura. His ferocious expressions and savage feel really made all the difference. What do you think?

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