Earlier, appearing before the parliamentarian panel, director Sanjay Leela Bhansali mentioned that the movie - featuring Bollywood stars like Shahid Kapoor, Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh - is based on "Padmavat" - an epic 16 century poem by Malik Muhammed Jayasi. It consisted of the regular committee members, along with CBFC officials and a special advisory panel in presence of Chairman Prasoon Joshi. Though the producers have not issued a statement yet, a senior executive at Viacom 18, which has produced the film, told Mirror that Bhansali and the banner will adhere to the suggested alterations and the editing of the film will commence immediately.
The film, which was to release on December 1, has been embroiled in controversy over alleged distortion of facts regarding Rajput history, with Rajput outfits and some backed by the BJP, actively protesting its release.
Historians are divided about whether the queen existed, but many Rajputs believe she did and accuse Bhansali of portraying her in a bad light.
Trouble started in January this year when Rajasthan-based fringe group Rajput Karni Sena assaulted Bhansali on the sets in Jaipur.
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The film Padmavati had yet not been certified by the CBFC, causing delay in its release!
The CBFC wants the Ghoomar dance to undergo minor changes. "We will protest if the film is released and the government will face the music", said Rajput Sabha president Giriraj Singh Lotawara.
"Our members will be outside cinema halls and we will vandalise those that screen the film. It is very unprofessional and irresponsible of CBFC", erstwhile Royal from Mewar Vishvaraj Singh said. The meeting was attended by filmmakers, members of the review committee and censor board officials. "They are in agreement with the modifications", the Board said. Protestors were angry over picturisation of Deepika Padukone's song Ghoomar and they also feels that the facts were not rightly shown in the film.
Reacting to the CBFC decision on Saturday, filmmakers Anubhav Sinha and Rahul Dholakia took to social media to slam the censor board. "Just that whisky will be called "whiska", vodka will be called "vodki" and so on", Sinha tweeted.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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