The U/A certification by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) is being rejected by the Rajput communities still continues for the much troubled Sanjay Leela Bhansali film “Padmavati”. The director has been suggested with some modification and change of the title by the CBFC officials and other members of the board.
The member of the MRF (Mewar Royal Family) Arvind Singh Mewar stated a sharp objection for the green signal on the film “Padmavati” at a meeting held on Thursday by the board as he was one of the members of the panel formed by the Central Board of Film Certification for reviewing the movie.
Mr Singh further states that the maker of the film’s loyalty doesn’t favor the Muslim community nor in favor of Rajput. The content portrayed in the film is beyond his understanding as the movie has historic real-life characters, which is highly considered by the people of Mewar. He adds further by mentioning that he is unaware on what bases have the CBFC provided certification to the film but with so much of sentimental harm the board and the director has to be prepared to face the penalties.
Vishvaraj Singh, the nephew of the member of Mewar, Arvind Singh lashed out on the certification by the CBFC by stating that the change in the film’s title will not change the factual reference from the movie for instance the names used and the places referred. The nephew, Mr Vishvaraj was also one of the members on board formed by the CBFC but he reverted with some explanation prior to declining or accepting the invite.
Lokendra Singh Kalvi, the supporter of SRKS (Shree Rajput Karni Sena) explained that there were in total 9 members of which 6 members invited on the board by CBFC didn’t review the movie till now.