Finally, the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), India's 'Padmavat' (formerly 'Padmavati') film has been cleared. It is heard that the clearance has been given with respect to 300 changes. The film will be released on January 25.
India's Tabloid Mumbai Mirror has said that it has been asked to remove all the issues from 'Pudmavat' to Delhi, Chittorgarh and Mewar. For this reason, 300 changes were needed in all. The total of 300 cities in the script has been mentioned.
Although the film's production company Viacom Atein Media Pvt Ltd has denied the news. Their claim, Cbfc has suggested five changes. That is why they appreciate the fair, neutral and transparent process of the sensor board. One of their spokespersons said, "The proper and thoughtful steps of the CBFC are to be praised for resolving the deadlock."
Lucky Ranbir, Deepika and Shahid in the film
On the other hand, the Carney's army activists surrounded the CBCF office on Friday morning after giving clearance to Padma Bant. At that time, the organization's president Sukhdev Singh Gogamedi led. He demanded the resignation of the chairman of the CBFC, he said. On the day of the release called the 'Janata Karaifi', the Carney army chief, Lokendra Singh Kalvi
Screenplay of the film, based on the title 'Padmaabat' by Malik Mohammad Jaisi Deepika Padukone played the role of Rani Padmani. Ranbir Singh will be seen in the role of Alauddin Khilji in the kingdom of the Padma. Shahid Kapoor is also the king of Maharaja Ratan Singh. Source: Hindustan Times, Zee News, Times of India