Published: Sun, December 03, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Joan Schultz

Padmavati Row: Parliamentary Panel Calls Sanjay Leela Bhansali, CBFC Chief Prasoon Joshi

Padmavati Row: Parliamentary Panel Calls Sanjay Leela Bhansali, CBFC Chief Prasoon Joshi

"People panic, and refrain from going to theatres", said Salman.

"I am not sure if there is any benefit (out of this) but it definitely leads to loss".

The film stoked controversy over assumptions that it has a dream sequence depicting romance between Rajput warrior queen Padmini and Delhi sultan Alauddin Khilji. Theatre owners are also scared because they don't want violence and stone-pelting outside their theatres.

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Sanjay Leela Bhansali seems to have offended quite a few people, and Salman is the latest addition to the list. Shared by a senior journalist Rahul Kanwal, the poster, with the sarcastic undertones talks about how some outfits are doing all in their might to not let the film release and how no action is being taken to stop all the open threats.

Barring the cameo in Saawariya, Salman and Bhansali have previously worked together in Khamoshi- The Musical and Ham Dil De Chuke Sanam.

The megastar has "accused" the ace-director of "offending" him, India Time reported.

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"I don't know about others, but he definitely offended me". On the same day, CBFC chairman Prasoon Joshi told another parliamentary panel - the Lok Sabha Committee on Petitions - that he had not watched the film yet. They allege that Bhansali has misrepresented history in the film and hurt their sentiments by presenting the Rajputs in a bad light. The director was also asked how a print of the film had reached the United Kingdom and the consequences of a possible leak on the internet. The Parliamentary panel is mainly concerned about the law and order situation getting out of hand and the legality of the select media screening before the censorship of the film.

As the movie "Padmavati" is already in the headlines and has become a serious issue with so much happening around the film, the bhaijaan of the Bollywood industry superstar finds it hard to decide what is wrong and what is right? "The censor board or the Supreme Court will take a decision and everyone should respect that".

The socio-political temperature of the country seems to soar high as the controversy around Sanjay Leela Bhansali's magnum opus Padmavati thickens.

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