The latest plot development in the saga of stalled film Padmavati is that it's been passed by the United Kingdom censor but will not release there on December 1 because the producers have made a decision to wait for clearance at home. Petitioner M.L. Sharma said grave damage would be done to social harmony if the movie were allowed to be released outside India also sought criminal prosecution of the filmmakers for allegedly misrepresenting facts that the CBFC cleared the songs and promos.
The Rajput Samaj of United Kingdom today launched a boycott against the release of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's controversial film "Padmavati" in the country after the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) cleared the film without any cuts.
Even as Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat have banned the film, other BJP-ruled states have demanded that there should be no distortion of history in the film.
Indian politician Suraj Pal Amu, who earlier offered a $1.5m (£1.1m) bounty on Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone's head, has now threatened to torch every movie theatre in the country.
After MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan chose to ban the film in the state on Monday, former controversial chairperson of the CBFC, Pahlaj Nihalani, said that a movie can not be banned in a state before receiving a certification from the Censor Board, as the CBFC is popularly known as.
Most of the anger appears to stem from allegations that Bhansali filmed a romantic dream sequence between the protagonists, which Bhansali has denied. "Many sections are hurt and have opposed it too", he added.
The hero from the past said that he will speak about the controversy keeping in mind the interest of filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali and the sensitivity of the Rajputs. "Till then we will not release the film anywhere", a source told PTI.
"And I am saying this because people of the country and Madhya Pradesh can not accept disrespect of its pride", the BJP leader added.
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