Salman Khan supports Padmavati, says we have censor board for it

Danny Woods
November 15, 2017

Amidst the controversy, the Indian Film and TV Directors Association (IFTDA) along with CINTAA, other film industry members have extended their support to Sanjay Leela Bhansali and his film.

Ajit Andhare, Chief Operating Officer, Viacom18 Motion Pictures, told a news agency, "We are first looking at the censor board (for clearance) and then we don't have a problem (to show the film) because they are imagining something different and we would like to quell all these doubts first". Give the film a chance and don't form preconceived notions. "What they (certain sections of people) are saying is not in the film, we do not have anything to hide", he added. Shahid will be seen essaying the role of Raja Rawal Ratan Singh while Deepika plays the titular character Rani Padmini. Actor Ranveer Singh will be seen as Alauddin Khilji, the Delhi sultan. In an interview to a news channel, the actor said, "There is never anything wrong in Bhansali's films".

Recently, the Supreme Court turned down a plea seeking a stay on the release of Padmavati and said that the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) should consider the "aspects before granting a certificate", PTI reported.

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Meanwhile, the handsome hunk of Bollywood also said that the entire team is proud of the movie. Salman has said that we should not judge the film before its release. Sometimes the trailer or the film is so nice that everyone comes out and says great we have a film like this here. His co-star Deepika was also present at the event.

Shahid Kapoor has finally stepped up for the promotions of his upcoming film, Padmavati. It is my favourite song and I am happy everyone liked it, be it the chemistry or the visualisation.

'I just think that film is a form of art and everyone has the freedom of speech. "It's going to be special", she said.

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