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Dancing with swords and kissing ban: The most ‘childish’ version of ‘The Magnificent Century’ was filmed in India

Dancing with swords and kissing ban: The most ‘childish’ version of ‘The Magnificent Century’ was filmed in India
Dancing with swords and kissing ban: The most ‘childish’ version of ‘The Magnificent Century’ was filmed in India

Frame of the ship “Sultan Razia”

It turned out well, but strange.

What do those who have already seen ‘The Magnificent Century’ and were delighted usually do? Right. They watch it again. And all because there are no TV series that resemble this magnificent historical project, not only in Turkey, but also in the world. In search of ‘something similar’, fans reach a dead end and simply turn on the good old ‘Magnificent Century’ for the third round.

However, it turned out that there is still something worth watching, which in some places is very reminiscent of the Turkish cult series. And not in Hollywood, but in India. We are talking about the series “Sultan Razia”. Many viewers who have already seen the film were satisfied and agree with the judgment that this series can be fully recommended to fans of the “Magnificent Century”.

So. What is Sultan Razia about? This is the story of the life of a great ruler: the female Sultan Razia. Incidentally, Razia was the first and only woman in history to ascend the throne of the Delhi Sultanate. Why did this happen? The girl’s father considered his three sons idiots who were totally unfit to be rulers. So he handed over the power to his daughter. And looking ahead, I was right. The great woman had a sharp mind, skills of diplomacy and even the gift of warfare.

Before you dive into the story of the Sultana (which has a beautiful photo, costumes and actors, by the way), we have to warn you about something. True fans know it: the main complaint against the makers of Turkish TV series is an overload of emotions. So here it is. There are EVEN more of them in Indian cinema.

Dancing with swords and kissing ban: The most ‘childish’ version of ‘The Magnificent Century’ was filmed in India

Frame of the ship “Sultan Razia”

Then comes the spicy ‘pepper’ moment. There are no erotic scenes in Indian cinema. In fact, kissing on camera is considered taboo. So you will not get anything more passionate than hugs, even in the most candid and passionate scenes.

For the rest, the series is definitely recommended to watch, it is beautiful, nice and for me it meets the criterion of “please, something that resembles “The Magnificent Century”.

Source: Popcorn News

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