Padmaavat has been the most successful film of 2018 till now but its journey has been a fraught one. Released on 25 January, the Sanjay Leela Bhansali film completes 100 days. We can’t forget how the film was released after protests across the country, death threats to Deepika Padukone and director Sanjay Leela Bhansali and a delay in release caused by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) raising certain objections. However, the audience supported the film and actors and poured in their love. As the flick completes 100 days, film’s Padmavati expresses her gratitude towards the praises, Deepika Padukone on Saturday, shared a post on Instagram wherein she is seen joining her hands to thank everyone who watched the film and praised. She captioned the GIF ‘100 Glorious Days’.Also Read - Sportsmen And Their Alleged Bollywood Affairs: From Yuvraj-Deepika to Hardik-Parineeti | Watch Video
Coupled with such incredible performances and visually treating storytelling, Padmaavat managed to garner over 550 crores at the box office. Although it’s been 100 days since the release of the film, the movie buffs still can’t help but admire Deepika’s beauty, learn from Shahid’s valor and fear Ranveer’s monstrosity. Also Read - Ranveer Singh Fans React to Pearl Necklace He Wore With Gucci Outfit: Bhai Motiyoo Ki Mala Chahiye
The Twitter handled of Padmaavat also posted, “Delighted, overwhelmed and incredibly blessed. #100DaysOfPadmaavat”. Also Read - Deepika Padukone Recalls Battling Depression And How Her Mother Realised 'The Crying Wasn't Usual'
Take a look at the post shared by Deepika Padukone:
Padmaavat is based on Muhammad Jayasi’s epic poem Padmavat and stars Ranveer Singh, Shahid Kapoor and Aditi Rao Hydari, along with Deepika. Talking about the film’s success, Deepika had said earlier while talking to the media, “As far as my film is concerned, I had said this earlier as well, there is no stopping it. I think it deserves all the kind of love and blessings that we are receiving. I think box-office numbers are again testament of that and it’s not over yet.”