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Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Shahid Finally Speaks About Threats Given To Bhansali And Deepika, Says It’s ‘Unfortunate’

Shahid Finally Speaks About Threats Given To Bhansali And Deepika, Says It’s ‘Unfortunate’
Denouncing the endeavors of terrorizing that his upcoming film Padmavati is right now confronting, performing artist Shahid Kapoor says any discussion that is vicious is totally sad.
Shahid addressed the media persons yesterday on the sidelines of the opening ceremony of International Film Festival of India, which he later tended to.
At the point when got some information about his assessment on the life dangers to director Sanjay Leela Bhansali and his co-star Deepika Padukone, Shahid stated, “Any kind of conversation which is violent in nature is not very nice, is not in good taste and it is absolutely uncalled for and unfortunate.”
The producers of Padmavati have intentionally conceded the film’s release date, which was prior expected to be December 1st. The new date hasn’t been reported yet. The hypothesis is overflowing that the deferment of the release date is the weight from political areas and periphery gatherings, who need the film to be restricted and adding to that is government’s stoic quiet on the issue. It is additionally being said that the motion picture is as yet not prepared.
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Padmavati is yet to get a certificate from the Central Board of Film Certification, as the body sent the film back to the creators, saying that the application for the certificate was “incomplete.”
Still keeping the hopes about the film’s release, Shahid added, “I believe in the process of certification and I am very confident that eventually Padmavati will come out and it will come out in full force. I don’t think there is anything in the film that is you know unacceptable or that is not in good taste. I think our Constitution says you are innocent until proven guilty.”
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The performer confronted a comparative circumstance a year ago amid the arrival of Udta Punjab, which was about the tireless medication issue in Punjab. Shahid specified Udta Punjab while tending to the chaos encompassing Padmavati and stated, “It will be a precedent which I am not proud of if the film finds it difficult to release. I believe that the film will release. I believe that this process is difficult and like I said, I went through a similar process with Udta Punjab. I eventually saw the film come out and I eventually saw the film loved and celebrated.”

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