The witch-hunt to outlaw and ban Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s movie Padmavati in India still continues. It seems like the opinionated groups are successive. In the most recent growth on the movie Padmavati row, MP Chief Minister called as Shivraj Singh Chouhan has stated that the motion picture won’t be permitted to release in the state of Madhya Pradesh. CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan stated that a movie which has “imprecise facts” about the Rajput queen known as Padmavati and shows or stated anything to disregard her will not be shown in MP. “The slur and insult will not be accepted,” CM Chouhan stated, eliciting an inspiring applause from the viewers.
At the same time as calling the queen Padmavati as the ‘Rashtra Mata’ (mother of the homeland) Chouhan stated, “The motion picture which alters facts and dishonors ‘Rashta Mata’ Padmavati will not be permitted to screen in any region of MP.” He stated even if the picture is permitted by the censor board to showcase in the country, it can never ever make it to the screens in MP. His remark followed a conference meeting he had with legislative body of the Rajput society few days back. Based on the sources, BJP President (Nandkumar Singh Chauhan) from Madhya Pradesh led a assembly of Rajput society legislative body, to talk about the Padmavati concern with Chouhan. Before MP, distributors declined to pick up the movie in Rajasthan.
Organized by the Rajput Karni Sena, communities are now coming on the streets to object and dissent against the motion picture. They’ve battered and given the movie Padmavati cast and crew dreadful life threats, as well. Padmavati was about to release on December 1st, 2017. On the other hand, the release of the movie has been postponed, as the movie makers submitted unfinished documents to the (Central Board of Film Certifcation) CBFC. With the CBFC decided to apply the rule that states that filmmakers require to submit their movies 67 days prior to the release of the motion picture, doesn’t seems like the Sanjay Leela Bhansali motion picture will be shown on the screens anytime soon.