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Padmavati Row: Ranveer Singh Hits Back On Protesters, Gave This Statement

Padmavati Row: Ranveer Singh Hits Back On Protesters, Gave This Statement

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Padmavati has been facing the backlash from the various sections of the people across the country. The film’s release date of December 1, 2017, has been pushed ahead. Ranveer Singh, who plays the Mughal Emperor Alauddin Khilji in the film has spoken for the very first time with the media post an event in Mumbai on Tuesday. Ranveer said:

“I am 200% with the film and my director Sanjay Leela Bhansali. I have been asked not to say anything, whatever official stand it is, you will get it from producers. It’s a very sensitive issue.”

Padmavati Row: Ranveer Singh Hits Back On Protesters, Gave This Statement

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Samajwadi Party leader, Azam Khan, said: “There is objection over story of a film. Famous film Mughal-e-Azam showed Anarkali as Saleem’s mehbooba, when in reality there is no such thing but no Muslim objected because it is a story & Muslims are large-hearted they know a film can’t ruin their history.”

UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said: “Nobody has the right to take law into their own hands, be it Sanjay Leela Bhansali or anybody is. And I feel that if those giving death threats are guilty, then Bhansali is also guilty of hurting people’s sentiments.”

Actor Kamal Haasan tweeted:

“Extremism in any debate is deplorable. Wake up cerebral India.Time to think. We’ve said enough. Listen, Ma Bharat.”

Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore told reporters: “CBFC has been tasked with certain works. Let it do its job.”

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Karnataka CM Siddaramaia supports Padmavati: “These sort of threats, especially towards women, are yet another sign of growing intolerance and bigotry in the country. I condemn the culture of intolerance and hate perpetuated by BJP. Karnataka stands with Deepika Padukone. She is a globally renowned artist from our state.”

Padmavati Row: Ranveer Singh Hits Back On Protesters, Gave This Statement

Trinamool Chief and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said: “The Padmavati controversy is not only unfortunate but also a calculated plan of a political party to destroy the freedom to express ourselves. We condemn this super emergency. All in the film industry must come together and protest in one voice.”

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