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23 January 2018, 02:01 | Rose Hansen
Padmaavat: Supreme Court rejects Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan's plea to ban movie
The SC even restrained other states from issuing any order to prohibit the screening of the film.The producers and the director of the film petitioned the SC against the ban.
The Supreme Court is expected to hear the pleas on Tuesday of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh governments, seeking recall of its January 18 orders allowing the screening of film "Padmaavat" in theatres across India.
As the release date is approaching, there are a lot of protests happening in multiple states especially Rajasthan.
Padmavat is the film that is gearing up for a grand release on 25th of this month.
However, he warned, in case cinema halls screened the movie, they will be responsible for the consequences.
However, in a press conference on Saturday, its patron and founder Lokendra Singh Kalvi said, "This letter will be put into flames as it is just a part of show-off which has been done in an endeavour to prove that "we have invited Rajput community leaders".
The Supreme Court on Thursday had stayed notification by Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan and Gujarat banning Padmaavat, and gave nod to release the film.
According to ANI reports, the Gujarat Multiplex Association has made a decision to not screen the movie at all. On Sunday, thousands of women brandishing swords took out a "Chetavani Rally" (warning march) in Rajasthan's Chittorgarh town, demanding a ban on the film and threatening to do self-immolation (jauhar) if the authorities fail to stop its release.
"Karni Sena would impose curfew inside theatres while the public would do the same outside", he said.
Padmaavat (the film) stars Deepika Padukone as the 13th century Rajput queen Padmini, Shahid Kapoor as Maharawal Ratan Singh and Ranveer Singh as Alauddin Khilji. On November 20 previous year, Chouhan had assured a Rajput delegation that the movie wouldn't be released until corrections were made "as per public demand".
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