Padmavati is all set to hit the screens on December 1. To the latest, the protesters have broken into the theater and destroyed the assets there.
Several Rajput organizations such as Shri Rajput Karni Sena, Antarrashtriya Brahman Mahasangh, and others have protested against the movie release in Rajasthan and now the protest against the movie starts in other states.
About 30 people were arrested in the case.
So, can one expect them to collaborate yet again? The theater has stopped screening the trailer for now. Lately, the film is facing the protests in Bengaluru against its release. And where have we reached as a nation?
Last week, filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali released a video clarifying about the rumoured dream sequences in the film, but protests continue to grow and Deepika said she has nothing to comment about that.
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The actor added that only the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has the power to decide if the film is suitable for release.
"Ten years ago, thinking that I don't fit the mold of being a Bhansali heroine, and today working in three films with him back-to-back". Our union won't support person who distorts history for publicity of his film, we demand a ban. "There's a lot of hard work goes when you make a film, the director has the right to present his perception and creativity, there should be freedom of speech and creativity", he said.
Talking to media, earlier in the day, Deepika said she believes that the film will tide over the controversy and win a "bigger battle" for the industry. She says that you have to do things with the pure heart and with a pure intention. I have already rejected this claim and also given a written proof of this.