Padmavati row: Queen of Bundi Mayuri Singh says let it release first

Padmavati row: Queen of Bundi Mayuri Singh says let it release first

"I watch films as films, and do not get into its history or geography", he added. The movie will release in 3D as well!

Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Sunday said that those who are protesting against Sanjay Leela Bhansali's periodic drama Padmavati should understand that it is just a movie.

Shahid said the entire team is proud of the movie and is overwhelmed the way it has received support from the industry.

Bhanwar Singh, president, Bengaluru unit president Sena, told reporters on Monday that various organisations such as Rajput Samaj Karnataka, Akhil Bharatiya Ekta Manch, Maharana Pratap Navayuvak Mandal, Rajput Parishad, Rajput Sabha, Kshatriya Mahasabha and others will participate in the rally to register their protest. We had also organised a protest march in Surat. The response I have received after the trailer (released).

The movie also stars Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh in the lead role and is slated to release on December 1. The movie has been facing many hurdles. However in a recent video tape Bhansali clarified that there is not such dream sequence in the movie. If Bhansali claimed that the movie is as per the historical facts, then why he has not fulfilled his promise of showing it to us. "We urge our government to protect our right to freedom". However the director now has a reason to smile after the Queen of Rajasthan's Bundi, Mayuri Singh has come out in his support and the release of the film.

It should be noted that Bhansali is yet to submit the film for certification to the censor board, according to sources. A lot of Bollywood actors have already spoken out against the massive pressure that the film has been subjected to lately by the fringe groups who don't want the film to release. The message has become viral but it has failed to quell the protests. Meanwhile, Deepika Padukone recently visited the Padmavathi Temple in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh.

"No decision should be made without seeing the film Padmavati". Rational public opinion should ensure that a balance is retained between fact and fiction, artistic license and objectionable distortion", he said to TOI from Jodhpur."There has hardly been any serious attempt to make a proper historical film in our country, As Reported By TOI.

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