Sanjay Leela Bhansali's 'Padmavati' controversy has gone on much long enough.
A small issue casted a havoc not only in States but the film suffered several bottleneck. However, like always, there's a little twist. The film will get a "U/A certificate" from the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) but only in one condition. The situation is if only the makers of the movie agree to a few modifications stated by the CBFC. The CBFC stated that they will let certify the film firstly if the makers agree for 26 cuts in the movie, the name has to be changed to 'Padmavat' not "Padmavati" and if the makers agree to a disclaimer being put before the movie begins and during the interval.
Giving out their verdict, the CBFC stated, "Special panel consisted of Arvind Singh from Udaipur, Dr. Chandramani Singh and Professor KK Singh of Jaipur University. Panel member had insights and also some reservations regarding claimed historical events and socio-cultural aspects which were duly discussed at length."
However, several political conflict casted a storm over the state of Rajasthan. A "distort history" has been portrayed to the people of 13th century queen- Padmini. The movie is all set to release on January 9 after a lot of tussle.