The Gujarat government has decided not to allow Sanjay Leela Bhansali film Padmavat (Padmavati) to be released in the state. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani gave this information to journalists during a program here today. He said that in the month of November, the government had allowed the film named Padmavati not to appear in Gujarat to maintain social harmony. This order of ban on its performance will continue even further.
Before this, the censor board has given permission to release the film after some other changes including changing the name of the film and the changes in the controversial Ghoomar dance of Deepika Padukone. It is to be released all over the country on January 25. Prior to Gujarat, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh have also banned its release.
Tell us that many organizations including the Rajput Karni army of this film based on the historical narrative of Sultan Alauddin Khilji and Rajput Rani Padmavati are opposing. The Karani army has also warned of demonic demonstrations on the cinema houses to display it.
Shree Rajput Karani’s army staff protested outside the Central Board of Film Certification Board (CBFC) office on Friday protesting against the release of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film ‘Padmavat’. The police took some workers with them.
Under the leadership of Sukhdev Singh Gogamedi, members of the Rajput organization expressed their displeasure by gathering outside the CBFC office on allowing the release of the controversial film.
A member of the Karani army, Jeevan Singh Solanki said, “We will not allow the film to be released in the country in any situation. Some states already agree with us and therefore have restricted the film. We want to see the film be banned all over the country. “
Solanki said, “We will not stop, but instead we are going to urge our Prime Minister to ban the film because the film will override the legacy and culture of the Rajput community. The filmmaker has played with the feelings of Rajputs. “
When asked if he would like to see the film before the release of the film to remove the suspicion, he said, “Our community has been shown to be completely wrong in the film. We do not want to see this movie. This should be banned. “
Karni Sena spokesman Virendra Singh told IANS on Friday that members of the organization and members of other Rajput organizations were also gathered to protest here.
CBFC has approved the release of five amendments and the name of the film from ‘Padmavati’ to ‘Padmavat’. It is being released in India on January 25, although it will not be released in Rajasthan.