Padmavati :the most controversial story of the year

Padmavati becomes one of the most talk about movie of the year .now dorector had shifted its releasing date to 12january 2018 which was firstly released on 2 december.
However, apart from the newly implemented rule, Padmavati was not cleared by CBFC at one go because the makers left the application for certification ‘incomplete’. Also, the 68-day rule has, apparently, existed for a long time but was not put into strict action as it was considered impractical.

The CEO of the Censor Board, Anurag Srivastav, in an earlier interview said, “The rule has always been there. There has (of late) been a lot of clamours that films are not being released in time.
But we just pointed out that we have this leeway of 68 days because many times people come and say ‘I have to release my film tomorrow or day after’ when they have applied today!”

GOOMAR song got famous

Still it faced a lot of protest from all over india and from different places in rajastan ,madhya pradesh and gujarat its one of the most famous song goomar cross 63 million views on youtube is most famous songs to be played in wedding these days …


Trailer of padmavati cross 50 million views

Kajol is an actress, who doesn’t often hesitate to voice her opinions on various issues. However, she seems to have taken a more diplomatic route for the ongoing ‘Padmavati’ issue.

At an event, the actress was asked for her views about the attacks on Sanjay Leela Bhansali and creative expression in general. While Kajol made it clear that she will not comment on the film, she added that it is the “perfect time” for actors to do the kind of films they like. She believes people have become a lot more accepting

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Controversies surrounding Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Padmavati’ are far from getting over. After the film got banned in two states of Indian, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar banned the film in Bihar too.
The CM reportedly issued a statement stating that the film will not be released in Bihar until the concerned parties issue an adequate clarification. According to reports, protests were being staged outside Bihar legislative assembly, with several politicians of the BJP protesting against Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s controversial film

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The ruling BJP appeared divided on the issue. Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi saidfilms should be watched as films and not for history or geography. But a Haryana minister asked for changes and another for a ban.

The film starring Deepika Padukone as Padmavati, Shahid Kapoor as Maharawal Ratan Singh and Ranveer Singh as Alauddin Khilji, is based on the legend of Rani Padmavati, a Hindu Rajput queen.



Padmavati is directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali and features Deepika Padukone in the lead role, along with Ranveer Singh and Shahid Kapoor.

The controversy started during the shooting of the film after rumour spread that the film has a dream sequence showing intimate scenes between Rajput Queen Padmavati and Sultan Alauddin Khilji played by Ranveer in the film.

Later, the controversy turned into a law and order situation when the Karni Rajput Sena started protesting across the country to ban the film, alleging distortion of Rajput history and threatened Bhansali and Deepika.

More than 100,000 Rajputs gathered in poll-bound Gujarat’s capital Gandhinagar, while thousands took part in the protest march in Surat to demand a ban on Padmavati.

The movie’s release is scheduled for December 1.

According to Mansinh Rathod, who is leading the Gujarat chapter of Karni Sena, a Rajput community group, Bhansali had distorted historical facts.

“We have learnt that there is a dream sequence in the movie wherein Rani Padmavati has been shown romancing Allaudin Khilji. We condemn such a heinous portrayal our queen. Karni Sena will never allow such movie to hit the theatres,” Rathod said.

Senior Karni Sena leaders, including founder Lokendrasinh Kalvi and national president Mahipalsinh Makrana, joined Gandhinagar protest.

Karni warned of violence if the film was released and said the government would be responsible for the law and order situation.They protest in huge quantity all over rajastan.

According to Virendrasinh Bhati of the Karni Sena, Bhansali had gone back on his promise to show the movie to the community to get a clearance first.

With the Gujarat assembly poll in December, protesters also warned the ruling BJP of “consequences”.

“If the Centre or state government fails to step in, the BJP may have to face the ire of the community during the Gujarat polls,” Rajput leader from Surat Yashwantsinh Vala said.

Recently, Gujarat BJP sent a letter to the Election Commission opposing the release of the film ahead of the election, saying the movie hurt the sentiments of the community.

A group of around 25 people protested outside Bhansali’s office in suburban Juhu. Police said they detained the protesters, but later released them.

Acid attack analogy

In letters to Union minister Smriti Irani and Bhansali, Haryana minister Vipul Goel sought changes in the film and said “glamourising Alauddin Khilji’s character was akin to praising those who carry out acid attacks on girls”.

“There is anger among the people of Haryana, like many other states, regarding the film glorifying the negative character of Alauddin Khilji rather than our own rich history,” the Haryana industries and commerce minister said.

Goel told Bhansali that the movie’s trailer showed that Khilji’s “negative” character had been glorified. “I want to ask you, is glorification of Khilji’s character for the sake of public entertainment justified?” he said, adding the film should be released only after making changes and keeping in view the public sentiments.

The letters come a day after Goel’s ministerial colleague Anil Vij said the state government would not allow the film to be screened in Haryana and would ask the censor board to ban it.Padmavati potest becomes worst.

But, Union minister Naqvi had a different view. He saw films as films, without getting into the history or geography as depicted in them, Naqvi said in Mumbai.


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