For those who were intrigued by all the controversy before the release of Bajirao Mastani, spare yourself the trouble of dusting off the history books or feverishly hitting the web search box. More than being a slice of history, Sanjay Leela Bhansali's latest film is essentially a celebration of love, a tale that portrays the conflict of human emotion against the backdrop of war, patriarchy and existing socio-religious norms which do not relent even in the face of an all-conquering warrior.
Yogesh Gandhi is a MarComm specialist who worships India’s only common god- Sachin Tendulkar. He writes for leading Cricket websites like www.royalchallengers.com and www.holdingwilley.com and seeks to capture life’s little moments of magic in his blog http://blogs.rediff.com/yogan/author/yogisms/. He has helped several Indian brands with his copywriting expertise and sound marketing advice. Aspiring global citizen, he currently lives in Pune with his inspiration- his wife, and his daughter- his life. He can be reached at email@example.com and @yogisms on twitter.
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