Last updated on January 22, 2020
Actor Arjun Kapoor’s last movie Panipat withered off with much fanfare, but it does not mean Arjun does not have a desire for more. On Wednesday he chose Instagram to place a photo of himself as Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker.
The article showed the closing shot of his head, with the Joker filter. The article garnered a humorous response with celebrity Parineeti Chopra stating, “Harkatein bhi (acts too ).” But, Ayushmann Khurrana filled with praise and incorporating’clapping hands’ emojis, while Katrina Kaif stated’amazing’.
Back in Ashutosh Gowariker’s Panipat, Arjun played with Sadashivrao Bhau, a commander of the Maratha army who shot on the invading Afghan military, headed by Ahmed Shah Abdali. The Marathas were defeated and their electricity dropped afterward. The Hindustan Times inspection stated that the movie’s span was its undoing. It said, “The biggest issue with the movie is its duration. While Gowarikar might feel that he wants 173 moments to warrant his magnum opus war play, the movie lacks speed, particularly the first half that is a yawn-fest using the narrative taking its time to accumulate. The love angle between Sadashivrao Bhau and Parvati Bai (Kriti Sanon) was somewhat too much to concentrate on particularly in a movie that’s primarily showcasing among the most crucial battles fought in Indian background. However, since their romance unfolds, their chemistry is very persuasive.”
Ahead of the movie published, Arjun’s appearance in the movie was compared with Ranveer’s appearance in Bajirao Mastani. Talking to Hindustan Times, he stated he was ready for this. He stated, “I had been prepared for this because credibility breeds comparisons. Bhansali sir is accurate, and so is Ashutosh sir. They wouldn’t shy away from revealing precisely what might have transpired. If I hadn’t gone bald, simply to shield myself from the contrasts with Ranveer, I’d be dishonest into the movie, age, and harm more people’s sentiments. I’ll take the comparisons in my chin, so we’ve got it right. Therefore, the overlap in and visually tonality.”