Aulauddin Khilji Was Bisexual Sultan, Attracted To ‘Rani Padmavati’. He Had A Gay Love Affair With His Army Chief, And Was Constantly Humiliated By His First Wife For This.

The magnum opus of Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Padmavati is creating a lot of buzz these days. As it is clear that, The story is based on the life of Rani Padmini, a legendary Hindu Rajput queen, the wife of Maharawal Ratan Singh, the King of Mewar in the 13 Century CE, and Badshah Alauddin Khiliji, the Turkic ruler of Delhi’s Sultanate. The Sultan had an unfounded infatuation with the beautiful queen and wanted to “capture” her by reigning over the Mewar kingdom.


The story has been shrouded in controversy throughout history and hence the film is equally controversial. Alauddin Khilji has been blamed for plundering kingdoms, of murdering his own uncle Jalaluddin (the founder of the Khilji dynasty) who raised Alauddin like a father and having a gay relationship with his eunuch army chief Malik Kafur.

Here’s a glimpse into the life and times of the Sultan…

It is in the history books that Khilji had a soft corner for beardless boys. Malik Kafur’s effeminate beauty made him a slave for a 1000 dinars during the conquest for Gujrat. Kaful soon rose through the ranks and became a deputy ruler by enamoring Khilji.

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This love affair has also been documented in many books including Tarikh-e-Firozshahi. It is also believed that Khilji had about 50,000+ beardless boys in his harem at height of his empire.

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