Padmaavat makers have released a new version of their film's song Ghoomar, in which Deepika Padukone's midriff has been covered through special effects and the portion between her ghaghra-choli has now been covered with a computerised cloth.
I will be grateful to him for a lifetime.
After an nearly two-month long tussle, people all over India will now be able to watch Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh starrer Padmavat. But now, let's not forget that the film business is also a BUSINESS at the end of the day. Akshay said that Bhansali dropped by at the venue where he was rehearsing for his performance for an upcoming award ceremony and requested if his film could move, allowing "Padmaavat" a clear run.
Kumar told the media that "Sanjay's need is more important" and that there was "no point clashing" their films. The latest development in the Padmaavat row was the Supreme Court lifting the ban placed on the film by a few Indian states.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali's magnum opus PADMAAVAT starring Ranveer Singh as antagonist Alauddin Khilji, Shahid Kapoor as Maharawal Ratan Singh and Deepika Padukone in titular role is now all set to hit the theaters on January 25 after being mired with controversies for a long time. But Akshay agreed immediately.
"They should learn from this experience". By moving ahead by two weeks at the last minuteAkshay has shown there can be solidarity in the film fraternity.
"We are all in agreement on Akshay Sir's decision".
Padmaavat, based on an Awadhi language epic poem written by Sufi poet Malik Muhammad Jayasi in 1540, was originally slated to release on December 1 past year but due to violent protests and opposition against the film, its release was stalled. The group accuses Bhansali's film of distorting historical facts and hurting the sentiments of the community.
Yesterday, the makers got one more reason to be happy!
The movie is a biopic based on the life of Arunachalam Muruganantham, who makes cheap and affordable sanitary pads for the women of his village and fights for menstrual hygiene.