CM Shivraj Singh has announced that Padmavati film will not be shown in Madhya Pradeshi
Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film Padmavati’s release date may have been postponed but the film is not taking the name of the end of the dispute. Now Chief Minister Shivraj Singh has announced that Padmavati film will not be shown in Madhya Pradesh. In this case, the lawyer, ML Sharma, filed a petition in the Supreme Court and ordered the order to remove the disputed scene from the film. Along with this, the film’s producer has filed a FIR against the director and demanded a CBI inquiry.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje
Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje wrote a letter to the central government. Vasundhara Raje wrote a letter to Information and Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani that the Padmavati film should not be released until it is made necessary changes so that the feelings of any community do not get repaired.
Among the Karni Sena protesters, the Censor board of film certification has recently expressed objection to the film. The censor board has refused to accept the movie ‘Padmavati‘ at the moment. Quoting technical shortcomings, the board sent the application back to the.
Censor board president Prasoon Joshi said, “The application for the review was received by the Board this week, but the makers himself said that the application was incomplete, that the film was fictional or historically it was not marked up to the disclaimer. It is absolutely wrong to blame the avoidance.
Karnataka Support Padmavati
While on the one hand many big leaders are standing with Rajput organizations to ban Padmavati, Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah has said that the Padmavati film is being released while supporting Deepika Padukone.
The Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah has tweeted his views on this controversy. He tweeted, “I condemn the culture of intolerance and stand with Deepika Padukone, it is our state’s famous artist of the world.” I have spoken to Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and told him to take strict action against those who are threatening Deepika.
I condemn the culture of intolerance & hate perpetuated by @BJP4India .
Karnataka stands with @deepikapadukone .She is a globally renowned artist from our state.
— Siddaramaiah (@siddaramaiah) November 20, 2017