Home Minister's statement will not be released in Rajasthan, 'Padmavat'


  • Home Minister's statement will not be released in Rajasthan, 'Padmavat'
    Home Minister's statement will not be released in Rajasthan, 'Padmavat'
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A big statement came from the Home Minister about the proposed release date of producer-director Sanjay Leela Bhansali's controversial film 'Padmavat'.

Rajasthan Home Minister Gulab Chand Kataria has said that the controversial film 'Padmavat' will not be released in Rajasthan. According to sources, the Rajasthan government is very sensitive about the ongoing controversy over the film and does not want to take any kind of risk. The date for January 25 for the release of the movie has been fixed. There is a by-election in two Lok Sabha seats and one assembly seat this month and the electoral atmosphere is getting stronger.

It is worth mentioning that there has been a controversy over the past year for Padmavat. There is a dispute about the plot of the film and many parts related to it. Rajput society, especially the Rajput society organization Karani Sen, has kept the flag of protest.

Significantly, before that Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje had written to the Information and Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani and had urged her to intervene in the Padmavati dispute. In the letter, the Chief Minister wrote that before dismissing the film, its controversial portions should be removed.

The Chief Minister had clearly written in the letter that the film will be released in Rajasthan only after the disputed portions are removed. On the other hand, the historians who had called the censor board, had expressed their desire for the film, but it is being told that the objections have not yet been given so far.
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