The controversy around Padmaavat has arisen due to alleged "improper" portrayal of the legendary Rajput queen, but even otherwise Gujarat has a history of banning films over trivial issues like hurting sentiments of some sections of people.
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While there is no official announcement yet, Viacom 18 Motion Pictures is likely to release its film on 25 January.
UP's government lead by Yogi Adityanath has said that it would not stop the release of the film in UP. This, of course, didn't go down well with the Rajputs and Karni Sena, who started vandalising properties, protesting, threatening to burn theatres and doing everything to ban the film. The decision was taken keeping in mind the law and order situation before elections next month in the state, the chief minister added. "We have not revoked it, hence there is no question of the film being released in the state", he said. This comes days after Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhra Raje announced the same for her state as well.
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After Rajasthan and Gujarat chief ministers chose to ban the Deepika Padukone-Shahid Kapoor-Ranveer Singh starrer Padmaavat in their respective seats, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today said that the film will not be banned from releasing in his state.
"There is no change in our stand".
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Madhya Pradesh has already banned the film and states such as Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan have asked the Centre to ensure edits to the movie to not offend sentiments of the Rajput community.