The members of the Rajput outfit Karni Sena were detained by the police while protesting in Mumbai on Friday.
The long-drawn battle between the makers of the film and the CBFC ended on December 28 previous year after the CBFC chose to give U/A certificate to the period drama starring Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor, and Ranveer Singh. We firmly deny all speculation on extensive cuts to the film and want to reiterate that only the above changes and disclaimers (as) per guidance of the CBFC have been made.
After a long wait, the e Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has finally passed Sanjay Leela Bhansali's magnum opus Padmavati starring Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor, and Ranveer Singh. In 2015, "Udta Punjab" got into trouble with the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) and had to approach the Appellate Tribunal to get the movie to release with Punjab still in its name. Among the suggested modifications was that of a title change as well. "They have changed the name of the film but that does not change anything", Parmar stated.More news: Stan Lee Accused Of More Sexual Harassment Claims
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There are no 300 cuts in Padmavat, say the films producers, appreciating the balanced, fair and transparent process followed by the censor board in suggesting five modifications in the movie. "The state government does not have a problem to screen it in the cinema halls in Goa", Parrikar said even as he added that, in case of any law and order issue, the state would look into it.
Changes in the song Ghoomar to make the depiction befitting the character being portrayed.
The modification includes changing the disclaimer that the movie does not claim historical accuracy and added that the movie does not subscribe to the Sati system practice. Amidst all the violence and agitation on the surface as the movie is nearing its release date, states are being extra cautious about the audience's reaction.