Padmavati Controversy: Finally People show some support on Twitter.
The movie ‘Padmavati’ is postponed from its due date, but the official statement is still not released. Padmavati Controversy.
The movie has gained popularity by inviting so many controversies. People of different groups and parties are revolting against the release of it. Finally, a few days back Sanjay Leela (the director) bashed all rumours and said that there are no scenes, compromising the image of Rani Padmavati.
Some groups are protesting against the movie due to political reasons. But some are worried that Rani ‘Padmavati’ would be shown in a compromising role. Padmavati Controversy
Soon after fans started venting their anger and frustration on social media sites like Twitter.
Directors Anurag Basu, Hansal Mehta and Nikkhil Advani also, tweeted their support.
Its bizarre!! the whole #Padmavati row is based on just presumptions.
protestors have not seen a single frame of the film yet,but they know tht history hs been se tampered! How! ??
— anurag basu (@basuanurag) November 19, 2017
So SLB should show the film to those who threaten to have him beheaded? And get their approval?
— Hansal Mehta (@mehtahansal) November 19, 2017
— Nikkhil Advani (@nikkhiladvani) November 19, 2017
#Bollywood has to wake up and start building a stronger lobby. Otherwise every samaj/group will protest against every other movie. This is just the beginning and it will destroy freedom of expression as we know it#padmavati #padmavatifight
— Palash Bakshi (@ppbakshi) November 19, 2017
So so sad … a world of goons and bullies threatens in broad daylight , and wins colossal defeat for democracy , more evidence that #film industry fights alone @smritiirani now is whn u shud have had a voice #padmavatifight
— Salilacharya (@Salilacharya) November 19, 2017
#Padmavati postponed is a horrible news. Once again Bollywood is bullied by political elements.
This is what Bollywood gets after tolerating 28% GST. #Padmavati makers should hold their strength and fight against these hate mongers after the film has released. Shouldn’t spare
— sanket porwal (@sanketporwal) November 19, 2017
At a time when people find it increasingly tiresome to go to the theatre to watch movies, Bhansali is one of the few filmmakers who makes movies meant purely for the big screen. Support his work. #Padmavati
— Mihir Fadnavis (@mihirfadnavis) November 19, 2017
Some people showed their concern as well…..
#NewsAlert – Prince Bal Balbhadra Singh, who belongs to the Bundi royal family, says #Padmavati is a good movie and historical fact aren’t distorted in it. He criticises the protests against the film. pic.twitter.com/bregxIRgCE
— News18 (@CNNnews18) November 19, 2017
Instead of #PadmavatiFight we should trend #IStandWithPadmavati because art shouldn’t be destroyed in the name of politics & we should rise up against bullies.#Padmavati #ShahidKapoor #DeepikaPadukone #RanveerSingh
— Asjad Nazir (@asjadnazir) November 19, 2017
All the so-called Right inclined folks of #Bollywood are either vouching for the release of #Padnavati or simply quiet.They don’t want to upset their fraternity due to vested interests.People must identify such opportunist hypocrites who feed on Hindus’ sentiments#PadmavatiFight
— Jagrati Shukla (@JagratiShukla29) November 19, 2017