Seems like the controversies are not ready to take a rest for Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s upcoming movie ‘Padmaavat”. Soon after the first look of the movie was released, controversies have not left it’s side.
Welcome to India, a country where technologies are being used to save the hard-work of so many people behind a making of the movie. Fans of Bollywood are waiting anxiously for the movie to release since last month but the controversies are not letting the movie release.
After the change of title, from ‘Padmavati’ to ‘Padmaavat’, another change has been made into the movie in order to get it released by the due date. A cosmetic change has been made using VFX effects to cover the-inches midriff of Deepika Padukone in the song ‘Ghoomar’.
After the original song, ‘ghoomar’ had released, the Rajput royalty and ‘Karni Sena’ had raised objections to Queen Padmini’s character, played by Deepika Padukone in the movie performing before an audience as according to their history, none of the Rajput’s Queens has ever danced in front of anyone.The community also raised objection over midriff of the queen being visible in the song.
A new version of the song was released today, where the midriff was covered and the new version is 2 minutes shorter than the original song. Have a look at both the before and after pictures:
The ‘un-sanskari’ picture:
Now, The sanskari picture:
The whole situation has left Twitterattis and fans of movies in a very angry state. People are taking over to Twitter, here are some fo the top tweets from angry users, have a look:
— Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadeja) January 19, 2018
Shilpa Shetty's midriff only looted UP and Bihar. Deepika's has the power to destroy the self-respect of an entire community of people.
— Amrita (@amritaIQ) January 13, 2018
Pretty confident Padmavat will not release on Jan 25. Various chief ministers imposing bans, historical and geographical references muted, vfx to cover Deepika’s midriff, those Karni morons continuing to holler… Shameful, but the idiots are winning.
— Raja Sen (@RajaSen) January 13, 2018
— Amar Butala (@amarbutala) January 19, 2018
People have problem with Deepika showing Midriff in movie but dont have problem with minor girls getting raped daily. Welcome to the India which will never improve who ever rules. Until ruling party have guts to change the punishment for rapists India will always be in stone age.
— ????Riyas Hussain ???????? (@a_hussainriyas) January 19, 2018
Deepika's midriff to be covered with CGI in Padmavat. Fine, but what about those millions of Indian men and women who badly need the technology for their own Facebook photos?
— Rofl Indian (@Roflindian) January 15, 2018
#padmaavat makers cover Deepika's midriff with special effects. Clearly shows how technology doesn't mean modernity.
— Aarish Chhabra (@aarishc) January 19, 2018
Watched Ghoomar and honestly can't understand what's the fuss about till they had to edit Deepika's midriff. Of all things to find fault, that slight skin showing got them worked out till the need to edit it? pic.twitter.com/vPmr4v2Mub
— diwaniladki (@diwaniladki) January 20, 2018
Thank god they covered up Deepika's midriff. It was giving me a major inferiority complex.
— Shilpa Rathnam (@shilparathnam) January 19, 2018