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LIVE: The Center will not interfere in Padmavat controversy.

Sanjay Leela Bhansali's film 'Padmavat' has been released in theaters all over the country after protests and demonstrations. With Hindi, Tamil and Telugu language, the film is being released on 6 to 7 thousand screens. The Army, which is opposed to the film, has announced a nationwide shutdown today. Due to protests, cinema owners in Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Goa have decided not to show the film. In Haryana, precaution has been imposed. Haryana Police DGP V S Sandhu said that there was no violence in any of the state's theaters on Thursday. The incident in Gurgaon is unfortunate. The film is being screened peacefully in nine districts of Haryana. Today Padmavati has been released on more than 4000 screens throughout the country. Up to 10 million people have watched the movie until the news is written. Overall today, 35 million people are expected to watch the most popular movie of the year.

In protest against Padmavath, the fort of Chittaurgarh was closed; Conflicts in 5 states.

There is a protest in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's film Padmavati in some states. This film is to be released tomorrow ie 25th January. The fort of Chittorgarh has been closed in Rajasthan. A mall was destroyed in a mall on Tuesday night and many trains were set on fire. Maharashtra Police detained 30 people who were involved in the demolition protest against the film on Wednesday. Rajput Karani Army is constantly demanding a ban on the film Padmavati. The fort of Chittaurgarh has been closed since Tuesday morning. Security in the city has been very strict. Rajputs lit a tile on the highway in Nimbahera. In protest of Sanjay Leela Bhansali and sloganeering in honor of the emperor Padmini. On Tuesday, several trains were handed over to the fire in Ahmedabad. Some people have sabotage in a mall. On Wednesday 44 people were detained here.

Restrained in Rajasthan, MP, Gujarat, relief for 'Padmavat' in these states

A major relief for director Sanjay Leela Bhansali's 'Padmavat' is reported from Himachal and Uttar Pradesh. Just a day after the decision to not show the BJP-ruled Gujarat film, it has been reported that the film has got a green signal from Uttar Pradesh. Also, Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jairam Thakur has said that he is not in favor of banning the film. The decision of not banning the film was taken by the Goa government recently. Although Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and now Gujarat's BJP governments have upheld the decision to ban 'Padmavat' in their state.The new threat comes from Chittorgarh, now the government, which is soft about the ban on the film. Women in Chittorgarh have warned to do Jauhar. At the exact place where Rani Padmani had made jewelry with 16 thousand queens and slaves.

New poster of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's film 'Padmavat' released with the changed name

New poster of Sanjayilila Bhansali's upcoming movie 'Padmavat' has been released. After making amendments to the film's name, it is the first poster of the film. Through this new poster, Makers has also introduced the new name of the film. This post has been released in Hindi with the new name. In the poster, the name of the movie 'Padmavat' has been written in Hindi. Due to the controversy over the film, the censor board had suggested making some changes to the filmmakers, of which the change of name of the film was also a suggestion.