Padmavati Sent Back From Censor Board, Film might Be Delayed To Release
Since the release of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s “Padmavati” poster so far, and keeping in mind the way to attract controversy, it seems that not only for the shock and for manufacturers, but also to increase in the near future Will be
physical violence with the director and Karni Sena’s warning of chopping off Deepika’s nose were already shocking for the makers and cast of the film and now the CBFC Act has further increased the problems of “Padmavati”.
The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has sent “Padmavati” back and the reason given is that the application sent for certification is “incomplete”. According to the board, after the film was re-sent to it, it will be reviewed according to the standards.
A source from the CBFC told PTI,
“The film was presented for the certificate last week. We check the documents, as we normally do, the manufacturers were informed that their application was incomplete, to repair them and to send it back; When we come closer, we will see it. When they improve the deficiencies (manufacturers), we will again check it again and when it comes, we will check it (film for certification). “
However, it has not been told what was “lack of application”. When asked about the next date of screening, the source replied,
“When it comes back to us, we will keep it in line and see that when it comes back, there will be no exception (in the case of Padmavati).”
Ajit Andare, COO of Viacom18 Motion Pictures, has said on this matter,
“This is true. But the film is with the CBFC, it is only a minor technical problem, if they want, they do not stop them from watching the film.”
On the other hand, the opposition of the Karani army is also increasing. He has called for a nationwide strike on December 1, when the film is going to be released the same day. Mumbai police has increased the security of Deepika after threatening to nose the chair of Keni Sena (Rajasthan unit).
Union Minister Uma Bharti has assured that Deepika will not be harmed. He also believed that “keeping the feelings of the people in mind” the scrub will be cleared by the CBFC. However, he also tweeted about the responsibility of the director and screenwriter,
“The director and his colleagues are responsible for their story as a script writer for Padmavati, they should take care of emotions and historical facts.”
The flick is ready to release on December 1, but according to the latest developments, release may be delayed.
See if this is the last obstacle to “Padmavati” or more troubles, yet it is not coming. What do you say?
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