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With these two movies, Prithviraj regained his stardom in Malayalam industry. This motion picture portrays a unique character of Prithviraj.
In this film, he plays the role of a drunkard, Pambu Joy. But as the story progresses, the life of joy becomes complicated and we will see Joy as a matured, sensible character.
Marthandan, this movie reveals before us another face of Prithviraj as an actor. It is yet another super hit of the year that exposes the comic skills of Prithviraj as an actor.
Though there are multiple heroes in the movie, he outshines them all. Directed by Nadirsha, it bagged a large profit and appreciation.
It is a proof of the acting talent of Prithviraj as an artist. In this movie, Prithviraj plays the role of a family man. Tormented by the hardships and troubles of life, Anil comes to live in Kochi with his pregnant wife.
He plays the hero and villain at the same time. Jijo Antony , the director, has well weaved the story to suit the character of Prithviraj.
It is the most recent super hit movie of Prithviraj. Romance blended with family life, the problems arising out of it and the unexpected tragedies of life make the film unique and commendable.
Sujith Vasudevan is the director of the film and Prithviraj and Vedhika play the lead roles. This picture again upholds the status of Prithviraj as a romantic hero.
It did not make a huge profit but it had the power to reveal the artistic genius of Prithviraj. The film, directed by Shyamaprasad proceeds through complex relationships and psychological insights.
This is a comedy film directed by Lijo Jose Pallissery. An estimated cost of 16 crores was spent to make the film but it was a commercial failure.
In this movie, Prithviraj plays the role of Pancho. Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet!
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Actors whom I always love to watch on screen. Do you have a demo reel? The legendary account of Prithviraj's campaign against the Chandelas goes like this: Prithviraj was returning to Delhi after marrying the daughter of Padamsen, when his contingent was attacked by the Turkic forces Ghurids.
His army repulsed the attacks, but suffered serious casualties in the process. Amid this chaos, the Chahamana soldiers lost their way, and unknowingly encamped in the Chandela capital Mahoba.
They killed the Chandela royal gardener for objecting to their presence, which led to a skirmish between the two sides.
The Chandela king Paramardi asked his general Udal to attack Prithviraj's camp, but Udal advised against this move. Paramardi's brother-in-law ruler of modern-day Orai ; Mahil Parihar who harboured ill-will against Paramardi instigated the king to go ahead with the attack.
Prithviraj defeated Udal's contingent, and then left for Delhi. Subsequently, unhappy with Mahil's scheming, Udal and his brother Alha left the Chandela court.
They started serving Jaichand , the Gahadavala ruler of Kannauj. Mahil then secretly informed Prithviraj that Chandela kingdom had become weak in absence of its strongest generals.
Prithviraj invaded the Chandela kingdom, and besieged Sirsagarh, which was held by Udal's cousin Malkhan. After failing to win over Malkhan through peaceful methods and losing eight generals, Prithviraj captured the fort.
The Chandelas then appealed for a truce, and used this time to recall Alha and Udal from Kannauj. In support of the Chandelas, Jaichand dispatched an army led by his best generals, including two of his own sons.
The combined Chandela-Gahadavala army attacked Prithviraj's camp, but was defeated. After his victory, Prithviraj sacked Mahoba.
According to the various legends, Paramardi either died or retired shortly after the attack. Prithviraj returned to Delhi after appointing Pajjun Rai as the governor of Mahoba.
Later, Paramardi's son recaptured Mahoba. The exact historicity of this legendary narrative is debatable. The Madanpur inscriptions establish that Prithviraj sacked Mahoba, but historical evidence indicates that he did not occupy Mahoba or Kalinjar.
It is known that Paramardi did not die or retire immediately after the Chauhan victory; in fact, he continued ruling as a sovereign nearly a decade after Prithviraj's death.
Prithviraj was not able to annex the Chandela territory to his kingdom. This implies that the two kings were previously at war.
The Veraval inscription states that Bhima's prime minister Jagaddeva Pratihara was "the moon to the lotus-like queens of Prithviraja" a reference to the belief that the moon-rise causes a day-blooming lotus to close its petals.
The historically unreliable Prithviraj Raso provides some details about the Chahamana-Chaulukya struggle. Prithviraj's marriage to her led to a rivalry between the two kings.
Ojha dismissed this legend as fiction, because it states that Ichchhini was a daughter of Salakha, while Dharavarsha was the Paramara ruler of Abu at the time.
Singh, on the other hand, believed that Salakha was the head of another Paramara branch at Abu. To avenge these murders, Bhima invaded the Chahamana kingdom and killed Prithviraj's father Someshvara, capturing Nagor in the process.
This is known to be historically false, as the reign of Bhima II lasted nearly half a century after Prithviraj's death. Similarly, historical evidence suggests Bhima II was a child at the time of Someshvara's death, and therefore, could not have killed him.
Despite these discrepancies, there is some evidence of a battle between the Chahamanas and the Chaulukyas at Nagor.
The Mohils are a branch of the Chauhans the Chahamanas , and it is possible the inscriptions refer to the battle described in Prithviraj Raso.
According to Kharatara-Gachchha-Pattavali , a chief named Abhayada once sought Jagaddeva's permission to attack and rob the wealthy visitors from Sapadalaksha country the Chahamana territory.
In response, Jagaddeva told Abhayada that he had concluded a treaty with Prithviraj with much difficulty. Jaggadeva then threatened to have Abhayada sewn in a donkey's belly if he harassed the people of Sapadalaksha.
Historian Dasharatha Sharma theorized that the Chahamana-Chaulukya conflict ended with some advantage for Prithviraj, as Jagaddeva appears to have been very anxious to preserve the treaty.
Abu was ruled by the Chaulukya feudatory Dharavarsha, who belonged to a branch of the Paramara dynasty. Partha-Parakrama-Vyayoga by his younger brother Prahaladana describes Prithviraj's night attack on Abu.
This attack, according to the text, was a failure for the Chahamanas. It probably happened during the Gujarat campaign of Prithviraj.
The Gahadavala kingdom, centered around Kannauj and headed by another powerful king Jayachandra , was located to the east of the Chahamana kingdom.
According to a legend mentioned in Prithviraj Raso , Prithviraj eloped with Jayachandra's daughter Samyogita , leading to a rivalry between the two kings.
The legend goes like this: King Jaichand Jayachandra of Kannauj decided to conduct a Rajasuya ceremony to proclaim his supremacy. Prithviraj refused to participate in this ceremony, and thus, refused to acknowledge Jaichand as the supreme king.
Jaichand's daughter Samyogita fell in love with Prithviraj after hearing about his heroic exploits, and declared that she would marry only him.
Jaichand arranged a swayamvara husband-selection ceremony for his daughter, but did not invite Prithviraj. Nevertheless, Prithviraj marched to Kannauj with a hundred warriors and eloped with Samyogita.
Two-third of his warriors sacrificed their life in fight against the Gahadavala army, allowing him to escape to Delhi with Samyogita.
In Delhi, Prithviraj became infatuated with his new wife, and started spending most of his time with her. He started ignoring the state affairs, which ultimately led to his defeat against Muhammad of Ghor.
Prithviraja Vijaya mentions that Prithviraj fell in love with the incarnation of an apsara Tilottama , although he had never seen this woman and was already married to other women.
According to historian Dasharatha Sharma , this is probably a reference to Samyogita. However, this legend is not mentioned in other historical sources such as Prithviraja-Prabandha , Prabandha-Chintamani , Prabandha-Kosha and Hammira-Mahakavya.
According to Dasharatha Sharma  and R. Singh,  there might be some historical truth in this legend, as it is mentioned in three different sources.
All three sources place the event sometime before Prithviraj's final confrontation with Muhammad of Ghor in CE. No historical records suggest existence of these persons.
This is historically inaccurate, as Delhi was annexed to the Chahamana territory by Prithviraj's uncle Vigraharaja IV.
The claim about his daughter's marriage to Prithviraj appears to have been concocted at a later date. Prithviraj's predecessors had faced multiple raids from the Muslim dynasties that had captured the north-western areas of the Indian subcontinent by the 12th century.
During its march to Gujarat, the Ghurid army appears to have passed through the western frontier of the Chahamana kingdom, as evident by the destruction of several temples and sacking of the Bhati -ruled Lodhruva.
However, it does not mention any military engagement between the two kingdoms.