They are blaming Bhansali for distorting facts and insulting Queen Padmini in the film. They are also heard using profanities against the makers of the movie. What have we gotten ourselves into? "We have regressed", she said, commenting on the hullabaloo the movie is causing pre-release. However, the director Sanjay Leela Bhansali made it clear that there's no controversial scene in the movie, they have made this film with full responsibility and kept the honour to the Rajputs. It also stars Shahid Kapoor as Raja Maharawal Ratan Singh and Ranveer Singh as Sultan Alauddin Khilji. The latest to hit out against the film is Maharashtra BJP MLA Ram Kadam. "That helps me forget what I have done before and take on my new role". She describes the whole evolution as a phenomenon.
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Padukone was earlier seen to urge Information and Broadcasting minister Smriti Irani to take legal actions after few protesters who had vandalised artist Karan K's Rangoli, which was inspired by film Padmavati. The director said in press conference that the attack on Bhansali is an assault on creative freedom. She says that ten years before she does not fit in the mold of being a Sanjay Leela Bhansali's heroine and now he has worked with him in the two movies and the third movie is "Padmavati". "It's been a pretty incredible journey", said Deepika, who says she senses a soul, heart and mind connect with the director. I think you can only get to that stage when you reach a different sort of, nearly a spiritual level of creativity, where you're not afraid of taking risks or failure. She says that you have to do things with the pure heart and with a pure intention. They aren't just [randomly] putting together projects.
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