'Padmavati' controversy: Gadkari says - Do not tamper with history under the guise of expression filmmaker


  • 'Padmavati' controversy: Gadkari says - Do not tamper with history under the guise of expression filmmaker
    'Padmavati' controversy: Gadkari says - Do not tamper with history under the guise of expression filmmaker
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Union minister Nitin Gadkari has given strict instructions to the filmmakers on the controversy surrounding the film 'Padmavati'. Gadkari said that it is not okay to tamper with history in the name of expression. He said that cultural sensitivity should be taken care of to filmmakers. On the question raised against Gadkari protesting against the people in an interview given to a news channel, Gadkari said that this is his right. At the same time, Karini was asked by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, who has given him the official that he can play with history.

Meanwhile, Union Minister Uma Bharti has been responsible for the controversy related to the film's release on Padmavati, the director of the film and the script writer responsible. While jumping into this controversy for the first time, Uma, where the censor board advised to focus on public sentiments

Uma said through tweet that the root cause of all the trouble is the film's director and screenwriter. They should take care of the feelings of the people as well as the historical facts. In another tweet, the Union minister also advised the censor board, connecting the film with respect to women.

He said the censor board is an independent body. We all expect that before giving a certificate of release to the film, he took care of the feelings of the buses. Uma said that he himself has been assured that the censor board will take care of all objections in this matter.

Meanwhile, the Union Minister supported the film's cast and threatened them as unethical. He said that any kind of comment against artists is not only unjustified but also unethical.

It is worth mentioning that the film has already been in dispute before the release. A section is accusing the special director of filmmaking for breaking the facts. In this sequence, an organization has declared the film's actress Deepika Padukone's nose and rewarded Rs 5 crore on the head of the film director.



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