India loves period films: 6 amazing posters of timeless cinematic blockbusters!

Since time immemorial, Bollywood has made beautiful romantic movies, action-filled entertainers and even thriller films but off lately, they have taken pride in making movies about famous rulers and their dynasties in our country! From jaw-dropping sets in the movie to casting the finest of actors, Bollywood has involved us in these historic epics and the posters give us the initial feel to watch the movie!

Here is a quick recap of 6 historic tales that Bollywood has beautifully depicted and these posters gave us the chills and the thrills!

 Jodhaa Akbar, an epic love story between India’s Mughal emperor Akbar and a Rajput princess had the best portrayal of the past! From the jewellery they adorned to the greatest fight scenes, the movie was a treat to the eye

Mughal-E-Azam, a movie that had an exceptional block-buster hit narrates the love story between Prince Salim aka Emperor Jahangir and Anarkali, a court dancer!

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Mohenjo Daro, starring our very charming Hrithik Roshan is a journey of a man who visits the place Mohenjo Daro and realises his connection with the place! The beautiful visuals in the movie caught everyone’s attention

Credits: ibtimes.co.in

The unforgettable love story of Bajirao and Mastani was beautifully portrayed by Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone! The epic visuals during dance sequences or the battle scenes left an indelible mark in the Indian cinema!

Credits: The Indian Express

Baahubali, the mega-blockbuster of Indian cinema that hailed in other nations as well had mind-blowing sets and epic character portrayal by the cast. To everyone’s surprise, the audience could not look away for a minute as the visuals in the movie were extraordinary!

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Topping our list is the latest, Padmavati. People are already going gaga over the first look of the actors and the trailer is very intense! The movie is sure to go as a super-duper hit!

Credits: thehindu.com

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