With days to go before its discharge, director Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s recorded epic Padmavati has been pulled back from the date-book. Creators Viacom 18 put off the December 1 release after a progression of vicious dangers by gatherings. Bhansali and star Deepika Padukone, who assumes the main part, were debilitated with savagery. With Madhya Pradesh restricting the film and Punjab CM Amarinder Singh joining the tune. In the midst of the progressing hullabaloo over ‘Padmavati,’ performer Ranveer Singh today said that he has been gotten some information about the movie, however, was ‘200 percent’ behind executive Sanjay Leela Bhansali.
“Like I said before, I stand 200 percent with the film and Mr. Sanjay Leela Bhansali. Given the sensitive times right now, I have been asked to not say anything, whatever in regards to the film. Anything that needs to be (said) you will receive from the producers,” Ranveer said on the sidelines of an event here.
Bhansali has gotten death threats over his claimed ‘wrongful’ depiction of ruler Padmavati in the period dramatization by different Rajput gatherings, a charge denied by the executive. The movie’s release has been conceded by the makers in the wake of nationwide dissents against the film. The occasion saw overwhelming security because of Ranveer’s essence as writers accumulated in numbers to get a reaction from the actor. He recognized the media nearness, saying “Thank you very much for coming out today.”