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Bajirao Mastani - 8907011125765 - Cover Book Fold - LP Record
Bajirao Mastani - 8907011125765 - Cover Book Fold - LP Record
Bajirao Mastani - 8907011125765 - Cover Book Fold - LP Record
Bajirao Mastani - 8907011125765 - Cover Book Fold - LP Record
Bajirao Mastani - 8907011125765 - Cover Book Fold - LP Record
Bajirao Mastani - 8907011125765 - Cover Book Fold - LP Record
Bajirao Mastani - 8907011125765 - Cover Book Fold - LP Record
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Bajirao Mastani - 8907011125765 - Cover Book Fold - LP Record

In the early 18th century, the court of Maratha king Chhatrapati Shahu needs a new Peshwa, the equivalent of a modern-day prime minister. In spite of Shripad Rao's self-nomination as the Peshwa, Ambaji Pant nominates a young Bajirao. To test his spiritual wisdom and knowledge of weaponry, Shripad challenges Bajirao to split a peacock feather with an arrow. Bajirao succeeds and is given the title of Peshwa. Ten years later, his wife Kashibai is visited by her widowed friend Bhanu, whose husband was accused of spying and was ordered to be executed by Bajirao. She predicts that just as she longs for her husband, Kashibai will yearn for Bajirao. While travelling to Sironja, an emissary from Bundelkhand enters Bajirao's tent and requests his help to fight invaders. She reveals herself to be Mastani, the daughter of the Hindu Rajput king Chhatrasal and his Persian Muslim consort Ruhani Bai. Impressed by her skills as a warrior, Bajirao assists her with his army and defeats the invaders. Chhatrasal is overjoyed and insists Bajirao spend Holi with them in Bundelkhand. Mastani and Bajirao fall in love with each other and he gives her his dagger, unaware it is a symbol of marriage among the Bundelkhand Rajputs. Bajirao departs for Pune, where Kashibai greets him with a tour of their newly-built Shaniwar Wada and shows him the Aaina Mahal (hall of mirrors), which allows her to see him from her room. Determined to pursue her love, Mastani arrives in Pune but is treated harshly by Bajirao's mother Radhabai and accommodated in the palace for courtesans. Mastani tolerates this insult and appears to dance before Bajirao. Radhabai scornfully offers her the occupation of a royal dancer but refuses to accept her as a daughter-in-law. Mastani travels to the Chhatrapati Shahu and expresses her desire to be with Bajirao, then leaves to wait for him at a ruin across a river. During a storm, Bajirao crosses the river and chides Mastani's persistence, reminding her he is already married and that his court will never respect her if she is in a relationship with him. She agrees, despite his warning, and he declares Mastani his second wife. The Marathas prepare to attack Delhi, the capital of the Mughal Empire, but must first ensure the Nizam of Hyderabad, the Muslim ruler of Hyderabad State, will not attack them during their assault. Bajirao leaves to confront the Nizam, Qamar ud-Din Khan, and returns successful. In the Aaina Mahal, Kashibai, who is pregnant, sees Bajirao embracing Mastani, who is also expecting, and leaves for her mother's home. She returns to joyous celebrations months later with her newborn son, who is named Raghunath. Mastani also gives birth to a son, whom Mastani and Bajirao name Krishna Rao. After the head Brahmin priest Krishna Bhatt refuses to conduct the naamkaran (the Hindu naming ceremony) on the grounds that Krishna Rao is illegitimate, Bajirao renames his son Shamsher Bahadur. A few years later, Kashibai and Bajirao's eldest son Balaji Baji Rao, also known as Nana Saheb, returns from Satara and expresses his hatred of Mastani for disrupting his mother's marriage. Shiva Bhatt, a Brahmin priest, informs Kashibai of a plan to murder Mastani and her son during a festival. Kashibai relays this news to Bajirao, who rescues both of them. Krishna Bhatt kills Shiva Bhatt, enraging Bajirao. To keep Mastani's safe and to grant her a royal home, Bajirao builds the Mastani Mahal for her. Bajirao, however, is heartbroken due to the betrayal of his mother Radhabai and his brother Chimaji Appa. Meanwhile, Pant tells Bajirao he must defeat Nasir Jung, the vengeful son of the Nizam. Bajirao says that although he loves Mastani, his life and allegiance is always to his cause and he leaves for the battlefield. Before leaving, he meets Kashibai in deference to a tradition that the wife sent her husband off into battle. Kashibai tells Bajirao he has broken her heart and compares their love with that of Krishna and Rukmini. Kashibai orders him never to enter her chamber again, and Bajirao accepts and leaves. After Bajirao leaves for battle, Radhabai and Nana Saheb imprison Mastani and Shamsher Bahadur. After Bajirao receives the news, he single-handedly defeats Nasir Jung's army in his rage but collapses from his injuries. At his deathbed, Kashibai sends a letter pleading with Radhabai to release Mastani so Bajirao can recover, but Nana Saheb burns the letter and refuses to release Mastani. Bajirao, delirious due to his sickness, dies from the trauma of his hallucinations; at the same time Mastani dies in captivity. The ill-fated lovers are shown to be united in death.

Record Details

Title

Bajirao Mastani - 8907011125765

Star Cast

Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone, Priyanka Chopra, Tanvi Azmi, Vaibbhav Tatwawdi, Mahesh Manjrekar, Milind Soman, Ayush Tandon & Sanjay Mishra

Singer

Shreya Ghoshal, Ganesh Chandanshive, Mujtaba Aziz Naza, Arijit Singh, Shashi Suman, Kunal Pandit, Prithvi Gandharva, Kanika Joshi, Rashi Raagga, Geetikka Manjrekar, Pandit Birju Maharaj, Vishal Dadlani, Vaishali Made, Payal Dev, Shreyas Puranik, Vaishali Made, Javed Bashir & Sukhwinder Singh

Director

Sanjay Leela Bhansali

Producer

Sanjay Leela Bhansali & Kishore Lulla

Music

Sanjay Leela Bhansali

Lyrics

Siddhart Garima, A.M Turaz & Prashant Ingole

Releasing Year

2018

Genre 

Original Soundtrack

Language

Hindi

Label 

Eros Music

Made In

India

Maufacture

Sony DADC

Serial No

8907011125765 

Side One

  • Deewani Mastani

Shreya Ghoshal, Ganesh Chandanshive & Mujtaba Aziz Naza

  • Aayat

Arijit Singh

  • Malhari

Vishal Dadlani

  • Mohe Rang Do Laal

Pandit Birju Maharaj & Shereya Ghoshal

  • Albela Sajan

Shashi Suman, Kunal Pandit, Prithvi Gandharva, Kanika Joshi, Rashi Raagga & Geetikka Manjrekar

Side Two

 

  • Pinga

Shereya Ghoshal & Vaishali Made

  • Ab Tohe Jane Na Dungi

Payal Dev & Shreyas Puranik

  • Aaj Ibaadat

Javed Bashir

  • Fitoori

Vaishali Made & Ganesh Chandanshive

  • Gajanana

Sukhwinder Singh

Specification

Size

12 Inches

Speed

33 RPM

Record Condition

Mint

Cover Condition 

Mint

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Director
Director - 1Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Lyrics
Lyrics - 1Prashant Ingole
Lyrics - 2A.M Turaz
Music
Music - 1Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Producer
Producer - 1Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Producer - 2Kishore Lulla
Record Details
GenreOriginal Soundtrack
LabelSony Music
LanguageHindi
Releasing Year2018
Size12 Inches
Speed33 RPM
Singer
Singer - 1Shreya Ghoshal
Singer - 2Ganesh Chandanshive
Singer - 3Mujtaba Aziz Naza
Singer - 4Arijit Singh
Singer - 5Shashi Suman
Singer - 6Kunal Pandit
Singer - 7Prithvi Gandharva
Singer - 8Kanika Joshi
Singer - 9Rashi Raagga
Singer - 10Geetikka Manjrekar
Singer - 11Pandit Birju Maharaj
Singer - 12Vishal Dadlani
Singer - 13Vaishali Made
Singer - 15Payal Dev
Singer - 16Shreyas Puranik
Singer - 17Vaishali Made
Singer - 18Javed Bashir
Singer - 19Sukhwinder Singh
Songs
Side1 - Song1Deewani Mastani
Side1 - Song2Aayat
Side1 - Song3Malhari
Side1 - Song4Mohe Rang Do Laal
Side1 - Song5Albela Sajan
Side2 - Song1Pinga
Side2 - Song2Ab Tohe Jane Na Dungi
Side2 - Song3Aaj Ibaadat
Side2 - Song4Fitoori
Side2 - Song5Gajanana
Star
Star - 1Ranveer Singh
Star - 2Deepika Padukone
Star - 3Priyanka Chopra
Star - 4Tanvi Azmi
Star - 5Vaibbhav Tatwawdi
Star - 6Mahesh Manjrekar
Star - 7Milind Soman
Star - 8Ayush Tandon
Star - 9Sanjay Mishra