Finally Padmavati Gets Green Signal From CBFC: But Title Changes To ‘Padmavat’

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The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has finally decided to pass Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s magnum opus with ‘UA’ certification on certain conditions adhered. CBFC decided to give Padmavati the ‘UA’ certificate along with some modifications after they had an examining committee meeting on December 28, 2017 to review the film.
 
Board instructed that the certificate will be issued once the required modifications are made and a likely change of the title of ‘Padmavati’ to ‘Padmavat’.

ANI took it to twitter to give information of newest development made by CBFC, “Central Board of Film Certification had examining committee meeting on 28 Dec to review #Padmavati & decided to give it UA certificate along with some modifications & likely change of the title to Padmavat. Certificate to be issued once required & agreed modifications are made.”

In a continuation tweets, ANI quoted CBFC’s statement that the committee arrived at the final decision of certification after certain modifications. “The film was approached with balanced view keeping in mind both the filmmakers and society. Considering complexities & concerns around the film the requirement for a special panel was felt by CBFC to add perspective to the final decision. Special panel consisted of Arvind Singh from Udaipur, Dr.Chandramani Singh & Prof K.K. Singh of Jaipur University. Panel member had insights and also some reservations regarding claimed historical events & socio-cultural aspects which were duly discussed at length”



 
The movie which was scheduled to release in December has been opposed due to its controversial content. Starring Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh, and Shahid Kapoor, the film was earlier opposed by Rajput Karni Sena for showing Queen Padmini in a bad light.

The release date for Padmavat has not been announced yet, however, we hope that 2018 will turn out to be great year for Sanjay Leela Bhansali with his much delayed movie releasing.

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