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Padmaavat: Know the changes suggested by CBFC

13 January 2018

Mumbai: Brushing aside reports that the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) had suggested "300 cuts" in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Padmavati", retitled as "Padmavat", the producers on Wednesday said only five "modifications" were recommended by the censor board which they have accepted and implemented. A number of fringe group workers have also been detained at the spot.

Karni Sena President Sukhdev Singh Gogamedi had, on Thursday, threatened to gherao the CBFC office. Thousands are expected to join the protests through the course of the day.

Here are the 5 changes suggested by CBFC. Despite that, Prasoon Joshi has given the green light to the movie.

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Rashtriya Rajput Karni Sena Chief Raj Shekhawat and 22 supporters who had gathered near the Haji Ali to head for the CBFC office were arrested by Tardeo Police before they could proceed, a senior police official said. Padmaavat has now been cleared by the censor board of film certification (CBFC) after adding another "a" and dropping the letter "i" in its title.

Apart from this, changes have been ordered in the song "Ghoomar" to make the depiction "befitting" the character being portrayed.

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Sanjay Leela Bhansali, who appeared before CBFC's parliamentary panel, had said that his film is based on the 16th century epic poem Padmavat by Malik Muhammad Jayasi, news agency PTI reported. In essence, the activists of the organisation would not let viewers enter cinema halls. Some states have already agreed with us and therefore banned it.

Kalvi also said that under public pressure distributors would not come forward for the film. As of now, "Padmaavat" has been banned in Rajasthan and Goa. KK Singh and Dr. Chandramani Singh of the Jaipur University and Arvind Singh from Udaipur approved the movie with a U/A certificate.

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Padmaavat: Know the changes suggested by CBFC