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'Padmaavat' has crossed Rs 270 crore at the Indian box office and director Sanjay Leela Bhansali, who has turned a year older, feels more vindicated than elated.
In fact, Karan says he would be happy if Indian filmmakers like Rajkumar Hirani or Bhansali travelled to different places and spoke about Indian cinema.
Rajasthan High Court quashes FIR against Bhansali, says 'Padmaavat' depicts glorious history of Rajasthan
The court said the film depicted glory and that there was nothing in it, which could be described as distortion of historical facts and which could hurt the sentiments of a particular community.
When actress Swara Bhaskar wrote in an open letter to Sanjay Leela Bhansali that she felt like a ‘vagina’ after watching the glorification of jauhar in Padmaavat, she triggered a troll fest.
Swara's critique of "Padmaavat" as a movie that glorifies 'Sati' and 'Jauhar', sparked a war of words between celebrities like Suchitra Krishnamoorthi, Vivek Agnihotri and Raveena Tandoon slamming her
The Shree Rajput Karni Sena has been protesting the Deepika Padukone starrer since its inception, claiming the film distorts history.
Shah Rukh on Friday treated his fans to a question and answer session, where Ranveer wrote "Shah Rukh Khan, Hi bhai! Anxious for you to see ‘Padmaavat'."
Shri Rajput Karni Sena on Friday announced it has decided to take back its protest against the release of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Padmaavat", stating the movie glorifies the valour of the Rajputs.
The court has decided to review the film and have set the date of watching the film on February 9 at Judicial Academy auditorium.
Ranveer was asked if he would ever write or direct a historical like "Padmaavat", directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali.
Her letter last week was a scathing comment, criticising the Jauhar scene that features the film's lead actress Deepika Padukone.
Viacom18 Motion Pictures and Bhansali Productions have urged viewers to not resort to illegal means to watch the movie and watch it only in theatres and multiplexes.
The 'not relevant' tag was given under the pretext that the film might spur unrest among the community, considering that about 61 per cent of Malaysia is populated by Muslims.
Actress Swara Bhasker's critique of "Padmaavat" as a movie that glorifies Sati and Jauhar, sparked a war of words between celebrities.
On Sunday, actor Swara Bhaskar called Bhansali out for the glorification of sati and jauhar in his film in an open letter concluding that the film reduces women to "talking about vaginas".