Padmaavat: After Rajasthan, Gujarat bans film

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While the Central Board of Film Certification has released the film with a U/A certificate and a title change from "Padmavati" to "Padmaavat", the state governments are still not on the same page about the film's release, reports Hindustan Times.

The film is likely to release on January 25. The film was previously scheduled to release on Dec 1.

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Parzania, a film based on a child missing since the 2002 riots following the Godhra train inferno, was not allowed to be screened in Gujarat due to violent protest by VHP and Bajrang Dal activists who had ransacked theatre halls. The Rajput Karni Sena on January 10, reiterated its demand for a "complete ban" on the film. "But, in view of the protest calls from some quarters and the law and order in mind, a close watch is being kept on the developments", he added. Chief minister Vijay Rupani said the film will not release in the state according to a tweet shared on Friday.

The Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh governments today announced that Deepika Padukone-starrer "Padmavat" will not be released in these states.

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Mumbai: After Rajasthan Chief Minister made a decision to ban Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Padmaavat" in the state, On Friday Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani announced that the controversial film will not hit theatres in his state, as per reports. "We have not revoked it, hence there is no question of the film being released in the state".

"There is no change in our stand". "Jo kaha hai wahi hoga [whatever I said earlier would continue to remain in force]", the Madhya Pradesh chief minister told reporters. "The CM had assured the Rajput Samaj that he would ban the movie if sentiments were hurt".

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