Ranveer Singh's Khilji look from Padmavati has Twitter reminiscing about The Lion King

Recently, Ranveer Singh's official look as Alauddin Khilji from the upcoming period drama Padmavati was released and people can't help but wonder...

Ranveer Singh’s much-awaited first look as Turkic ruler Alauddin Khilji recently came out and yes, it broke the internet (obviously). Ever since Deepika Padukone’s unibrow-sporting Rani Padmini was released, people have been raving about Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s upcoming period drama Padmavati. And now that actors Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh’s characters have been teased, the anticipation continues to pile. However, once the posters of Ranveer’s Khilji surfaced on the internet, people started wondering if they have seen this look before. And then it hit them. Finally, fans have come to the conclusion that this depiction of Khilji looks a helluva lot like Scar from The Lion King. Remember him?

 

Ranveer Singh, Alauddin Khilji, Padmavati, Scar, The Lion King

In case your memory is a little foggy, Scar is that evil uncle who orchestrated Mufasa’s killing. Anyway, Ranveer Singh’s Khilji who dons a heavy mane, bold kohl and a scar under his eye reminds of a lot of people on Twitter of the villain from The Lion King. Here is how Twitter reacted to the Ranveer’s new look:

Doesn’t Ranveer look just exactly like Scar? Well, this only makes us more excited for Padmavati. The film will is slated for a release on December 1, 2017.

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