Latest Bollywood Full Movie Panipat - New Bollywood Movies Download

Latest Bollywood Full Movie Panipat - New Bollywood Movies Download

Latest Bollywood Full Movie Panipat - New Bollywood Movies Download

Panipat is a 2019 Indian Hindi-language epic war film directed by Ashutosh Gowarikar. Starring Arjun Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt and Kriti Sanon in the lead roles, it depicts the events that took place during the Third Battle of Panipat. The film was theatrically released in India on 6 December 2019. The film was unsuccessful at the box office.

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By 1758, the Maratha empire in India had reached its zenith under Peshwa Balaji Baji Rao, popularly known as Nana Saheb. Able Maratha commanders like Raghunath Rao (his brother), Shamsher Bahadur (half brother) and Sadashiv Rao Bhau (cousin) had just returned victorious from a campaign against the Nizam, when court politics by Gopika Bai, the Peshwa's queen, led Nana Saheb to declare Bhau as finance minister. Bhau was a military man who had little experience or interest in politics, but he accepted the task. After his marriage to Parvati Bai, the Marathas are informed about new developments in North India, where the Rohilla chief Najib-ud-Daulah had killed the Maratha commander Dattaji Scidhia, who had gone to collect "chauth" from him. Najib-ud-Daulah, meanwhile, in a bid to undermine Maratha influence in the Mughal court, had sought an alliance with Ahmad Shah Abdali, the king of Afghanistan. Abdali had little interest at first, but Najib convinced him by talking about defeating the Marathas and being the master of Hindustan.

The Maratha chiefs asked Raghunath Rao to lead their army to stop Abdali, but he asked for a huge amount of money, which the treasury was unable to provide him. Raghunath refused to go, leading to Nana Saheb appointing Bhau as the commander of the Maratha army, under the overlordship of the Peshwa prince Vishwas Rao. On their march towards North India, Bhau striked up alliances with other smaller kingdoms and the Maratha chiefs outside Pune, and the army grew in size. Maharaja Suraj Mal, the Jat king of Bharatpur, also joined the Marathas. Abdali on the other hand, allied with kings who were angry with the Marathas for their haughty and arrogant behaviour in the past. Both sides sought the help of Shuja-ud-Daulah, the Nawab of Awadh, considered to have one of the strongest armies in North India. Bhau was successful in acquiring his support first, but Najib brought, in writing from Abdali, the promise of making Shuja-ud-Daulah the Prime Minister of the Mughal court, resulting in the Nawab changing sides. This was a big blow for the Marathas.

Skirmishes began to take place, with Bhau winning the Red Fort, and then Kunjpura Fort, north of Delhi. Abdali helplessly watched from the other side of the Yamuna river while the Afghan garrison was massacred at Kunjpura. The loss of Kunjpura exasperated Abdali to such an extent that he decided to cross the Yamuna at any cost. Meanwhile, Maharaja Suraj Mal left the Maratha camp after a misunderstanding with Bhau. Food supplies began to dwindle; the soldiers, along with the large number of non-combatants began to go without food. The Sikhs under Baba Ala Singh were unable to send help as the supply lines were cut off by Abdali. The two forces finally came face to face at Panipat, south of Kunjpura. Interestingly, both the armies had blocked each other's ways home. Abdali received news that there had been a rebellion back in Afghanistan. He wanted to leave immediately, but peace talks with Bhau fell through, making Abdali determined to defeat the Marathas first before returning home.

The battle began in the morning of 14 January 1761. The Marathas, starved and with nothing left to lose, attacked first. Abdali's forces were severely affected by the initial onslaught, but slowly recovered. In the heat of the battle, seeing Shamsher wounded, Vishwas Rao descended from his elephant to help him. Bhau saved Vishwas from Afghan soldiers, but a bullet hit Vishwas in the head and he died on the spot. This was a huge blow to the morale of the Maratha soldiers. One by one, their chiefs were either wounded or killed. Only Bhau remained, bravely fighting a group of Afghan soldiers closing in on him, but was ultimately slain. With his dying breath, he reminds Abdali that the latter might have won the battle, but will never win Hindustan. Abdali looks around, realising the magnitude of his own loss of men and resources.

In the aftermath, Parvati is shown to die of grief. Nana Saheb receives a letter from Abdali, praising the bravery of the Marathas and Bhau in particular. The epilogue reveals that even after winning this battle, Abdali never returned to India. Ten years later, under Peshwa Madhav Rao and Maratha chief Mahadji Scindhia, the Marathas again became a force to reckon with, recaputred Delhi and established their control over North India.
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