Indian Period Film Padmavati to be challenged by ‘Main Hoon Padmavati’

Indian Period Film Padmavati to be challenged by ‘Main Hoon Padmavati’

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Dec 15, 2017  Updated On : Apr 21, 2018

The release of Indian period film Padmavati is still under controversies, but a new film on Rani Padmavati is all ready to see the light of day. Another film on the historical queen Padmini is already being prepared.

The film’s name has been tentatively titled “Main Hoon Padmavati” and has been written by a writer from Rajasthan in order to avoid the backlash and controversies Sanjay Leela Bhansali is facing, confirming the news the film’s producer, Ashok Shekhar stated, “The film will strictly be made in Hindi and Rajasthani. The lead cast will star fresh faces.”

The story has been sourced from local myths and to avoid any controversy. A source said, “The film is being developed after talking to people from Rajasthan to maintain its authenticity. The film will go on the floors from mid-January next year in Rajasthan itself. The film will probably be made under the guidance of the people who have been making a huge hue and cry about Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s latest film.” The makers of ‘Main Hoon Padmavati’ are trying their best to ensure their film does not meet the same fate as period film Padmavati.

The destiny of Padmavati is still under dark planets. The release date keeps on getting changed. During a recent director’s roundtable hosted by Rajeev Masand, Baahubali filmmaker S S Rajamouli spoke up in support of Padmavati, “Angry, yes. I can vouch for any and every filmmaker in the country. My full sympathies with Mr. Bhansali for what he’s been enduring. You have a right to protest, but vandalized, beating up, threatening with death threats or maiming you... that is not protest that is not what is allowed in our constitution. You can truly propagate... ‘Don’t watch the film, this is against our culture, this is against what we believe in’; you can protest in front of the theatre saying don’t watch the film. You can do all that. You can go to a court. You can do all that that is allowed. But this is not.”

We hope the controversies regarding period film Padmavati clears up and the film releases for the audience! 

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