The censor board's certificate will be issued once these changes are made and the movie re-examined.
"Special panel consisted of Arvind Singh from Udaipur, Dr Chandramani Singh and Professor KK Singh of Jaipur University".
In what could be a major respite to filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali, the central board of film certification has agreed to give the film U/A certification only if the makers are ready to do few modification.
In the midst of a raging controversy over his film Padmavati, director Sanjay Leela Bhansali appeared before a Parliamentary committee and maintained that the row over the yet-to-be-released movie was just based on rumours, strongly rejecting charges that he had distorted historical facts about the 16th-century Rajput queen. Though the producers have not issued a statement yet, a senior executive at Viacom 18, which has produced the film, told Mirror that Bhansali and the banner will adhere to the suggested alterations and the editing of the film will commence immediately.More news: LG unveils its ThinQ Google Assistant speaker
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The Bollywood film, which was slated to be released on December 1, was indefinitely postponed by a studio run by a partnership of Viacom and Network 18 owned by Mumbai's Reliance Industries. It earlier said the film captured "Rajput valor, dignity and tradition in all its glory". "Panel member had insights and also some reservations regarding claimed historical events and socio-cultural aspects which were duly discussed at length". CBFC, has chose to give its approval for Sanjay Leela Bhansali's period drama "Padmavati", subject to a few changes.
According to an official of the CBFC, "The film was approached with balanced view keeping in mind both the filmmakers and society. Though visually stunning they leave a disturbing impact.They've asked for some shots to be altered", says a source.
Rajput organisations, including Karni Sena came against the movie openly and called for a nationwide ban.
The board took the decision after its examining committee and a special advisory panel met on December 28 to review the film featuring actor Deepika Padukone as Rajput queen Padmavati. Protestors were angry over picturisation of Deepika Padukone's song Ghoomar and they also feels that the facts were not rightly shown in the film.