Padmaavat: After Rajasthan, Gujarat bans film

Padmaavat: After Rajasthan, Gujarat bans film

"Even though the CBFC has cleared it with some changes and the producer has planned its release on January 25, we have not been approached (by the state distributor of the film)". "Since the government had in November announced to ban the film, it is up to them clear the prevailing mystery", he said.

Bhansali, argued in the HC that the FIR became meaningless as the film's name had already been changed to "Padmaavat" from "Padmavati", following recommendations by the Censor Board and experts, and it should be allowed to be released in the state.

But the outfit protested against the film's release in Rajasthan and other parts of the country over the portrayal of queen Padmini in it.

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"We had banned the film's release before polls, and that order still stays". The decision was taken keeping in mind the law and order situation before elections next month in the state, the chief minister added. Besides him, actors Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone were also named as accused. This comes days after Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhra Raje announced the same for her state as well. A 200 crore film needs all the screens in this country to recover the budget and Padmaavat has the hype to fill the theaters housefull but by getting banned so frequently the film will see the loss of 40 crores to say the least in lifetime collection which cannot be a good sign for the makers.

While speaking to the media, MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Friday said his earlier decision about the film (ban) still stands. "We have not revoked it, hence there is no question of the film being released in the state", he said.

An official of the CM secretariat confirmed the news of ban stating, "The CM had assured the Rajput Samaj that he would ban the movie if sentiments were hurt".

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