As per reports, director Sanjay Leel Bhansali might have filed a case in Rajashan High Court to squash the ban on Padmaavat. Rajasthan government was the first state to ban Padmaavat despite of getting a clear U/A Certificate from Censor Board of Film Certification. Makers of Padmaavat has been silently bullied for a long time by Shree Rajput Karni Sena but film maker might have finally took a step and went to law in order to protect his film. Rajasthan High Court might do the screening of film on 23 January as the film’s release date is 25 January worldwide.
Padmaavat was suppose to release on 1 December 2017 but due to radical protests from Karni Sena, the makers were forced to push the release indefinitely also because Censor did not clear the film at that point of time. Padmaavat is definitely going down the anal of history because of political scenario trouble film had to bear. So far, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh are he states that have already banned the film and Bhansali might have gotten up from his house to the Rajasthan court and raise his opinion about his own film.
In last few months Bhansali has not appeared in the media at all and has not made one official statement. Film will definitely meet it’s fate like everything in the world but one should not let go without a fight however tough and frightening it might be. If Bhansali actually makes an entrance in Rajasthan High Court than it will be a big security trouble for him as the senior members of Karni Sena had put a 5 crore bounty on his head in order to protect the pride of Queen Padmini who may or may not have existed 600 years ago. Anyone representing Padmaavat in Rajasthan will have to combat serious death threats and emerge victorious and alive.