Trade analyst Taran Adarsh has announced a new release date for the film ‘Padmavati’. According to his tweets, the film will be released on January 25.
Finished wait … Because the release date of Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh and Shahid Kapoor starrer Most Avatud movie ‘Padmavat’ has come to an end. Earlier, the film was going to be released on December 1 in the name of ‘Padmavati’, but the release date of this movie was extended after protests by several political parties including the Karni army. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh has announced the new release date of the film. According to his tweets, the film will be released on January 25.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) January 8, 2018
Let us say, Akshay Kumar starrer ” is going to be released on January 26. Akshay himself has confirmed that the film’s release date will not be extended further. It is clear from the fact that at the box office of the Republic Day, we will get to see the clash of two films.
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Recently, ‘Padmavati’ got a green flag from the censor board. Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has not recommended any cut in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s controversial film ‘Padmavati’ and has decided to give the U / A certificate with five modifications to the film and the filmmaker has said that the name of the film will be changed to ‘Padmavat’. In connection with the film’s title ‘Padmavati’, the Censor Board, President Prasun Joshi had said in his statement that it should be changed to ‘Padmavat’, because it has not inspired it from history, but inspired by the fictional story ‘Padmavat’ .
Apart from this, the CBFC has recommended manufacturers to make changes in the character of ‘Ghoomar’ by the characters. Joshi said, he has sought “amendment in the wrong and misleading context of historical places.” In addition, he has asked the producers to add a disclaimer, “in which it is said to clarify that the film does not glorify Sati in any way.”