BWAHAHAHA ohmygod, the ostrich. "Hey, my Monarch, let's trade. A wild murderbird for your daughter."
The whole beginning of Padmavati and the King was surreal. Like, girl, you just shot a man, stop looking at him like he insulted your grandmother and help him! But the best part for me was when he tells her he must return to his kingdom, and Padmavati is like "NO WAY, YOUR WOUND HASN'T HEALED YET" while she cuts his wound with her hairpin. Whoah girl, cut down on the psycho, for God's sake XDD And he was staring at her with infinite love, like "You just stabbed me and I'm seeing stars, I also probably got an infection, but for some reason I find that really hot, so marry me?"
But that happens a lot with Sanjay Leela Bhansali's movies. They're super epic and visually stunning, and entertaining, but ohmygod, do they get extra and weird sometimes. They're still among my favorites though.
Bajirao Matani has gorgeous music and visuals, but the "love" story filled me with homicidal rage. Watch it, it's a cool movie... but you'll see the protagonists ruin everybody's lifes and make everyone around them miserable for the sake of "tru lurrrv". My heart went out to Kashi (Priyanka) for the whole movie, and Deepika was a little stiff. Her character seemed to have transcended reality out of pure love, which is... yeah. Still, it's a movie worth watching (But please, PLEASE, come back after to let me know your thoughts on it XD)
Ahahha Malhari! I have it set as my alarm tone. No way to stay asleep with that!
If you like period Indian movies, I recommend you Jodhaa Akbar. And Baahubali, which is split in two ULTRAEXTRAEPIC movies, each 3h long. It's TOTALLY worth it. That movie is a meme. Please watch it. You'll die of laughter and awesomeness.