On December 28, the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) made a decision to give the film a U/A certification along with some modifications and suggested that its title be changed to Padmaavat to befit the source material, Malik Muhammad Jayasi's epic of the same name. "They have changed the name of the film but that does not change anything", Parmar stated.
Despite incorporating the suggested changes by Central Board of Film Certification, Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Padmaavat", originally titled Padmavati, was unable to receive a nod from BJP-ruled states Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.
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"Now that the filmmaker has incorporated the changes suggested by the Censor Board, I see no reason why the release of the film should be stopped", a top government official told Times of India on Friday. The movie is in turmoil of controversies ever since its shooting commenced and now even after being passed by CBFC, few Indian states have banned the film completely.
Patna DM, Kumar Ravi said he was yet to receive an instruction on the film's release. "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.
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Other states, including Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana, which had indicated that the film will not be allowed to be released in November - are yet to announce their final decisions. "The ban continues in the State".
However, Justice Sandeep Mehta refused to pass an order on the petition before watching the film and asked Bora to arrange for a special screening for the court.
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So far, only Goa CM Manohar Parrikar has said the film will be allowed to release in his state. "With elections barely 10 months away, the CM, it seems, can't afford to ignore the sentiment of 1 crore Rajputs of MP".
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