Padmavati cleared by British censor board for release

Padmavati cleared by British censor board for release

Padmavati cleared by British censor board for release

Lawyer Sharma had placed this petition before the bench for an immediate hearing. The official website of BBFC stated that the uncut version of the movie Padmavati will be released in the UK. The petitioner told the court that if the film was released outside the country, then it would cause serious harm to the social harmony.

Previously, Haryana BJP's Chief Media Coordinator, Suraj Pal Amu was offering a reward of INR 10 crore for beheading the film's lead actor Deepika Padukone and director, Sanjay Leela Bhansali.

Production houses are already reserving release date of their films for not only next year but also 2019, as is the case with Kabir Khan's sports drama 83, starring Ranveer Singh in the role of former Indian cricket team captain Kapil Dev, which is slated to release on 5 April, 2019. The makers of Padmavati recently made a decision to postpone its release in India following violent protests against the film.

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The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) has given the film 12 A rating and the film was passed without any cuts.

Ghaywan was present at the screening of his short film Juice - backed by Royal Stag Barrel Select Large Short Films - on Wednesday, 22 November, when he was asked about filmmakers' creative freedom in the wake of the controversy surrounding Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmavati. The Central Board of Film Certification has not yet certified the movie and the apex court could not inject a statutory body from doing its duty.

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