HumtyBumty, karni-sena-Padmavat

Rajput Karni Sena President Lokendra Singh Kalvi is seen turning away from his statement to watch the movie ‘Padmaavat’. After meeting with UP, CM Yogi Adityanath on Monday, Kalvi had said that he received the letter to watch the film ‘Padmaavat’ of Sanjay Leela Bhansali.

He said that, he is ready to watch ‘Padmaavat’, but Sanjay Leela¬†Bhansali has not yet tell the date of the film, but on Tuesday, the Kalvi got overturned by his statement and refused to watch the film. On the other hand, Hardik Patel has also gone in support of the ban on the release of the film ‘Padmaavat’ after protests of Pravin Togadia’s, the International Executive President of Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP). It is reported that Hardik Patel, the head of the Patidar Anamat Andolan Committee, wrote a letter to Gujarat’s CM Vijay Rupani and asked him to stop the release of film ‘Padmaavat’.

Kalvi told a private channel, “I have got the letter from Bhansali group, but it was a fraud, it was conspiracy. He wanted us to refuse to watch the film. Bhansali is not wanting to show the film. I am going to Porbandar today. The censor board also showed the film to 3 people, not 6 people. Kalvi also threatened Bhansali and said that if he releases the film, he will have to suffer severe consequences.

Responding to Bhansali’s letter to show ‘Padmaavat’, Kalvi said yesterday, ‘Yes, the letter has come from them. But, he’s a cheat. Is to make spectacle. The movie is called to watch but the date has not been told. I am also ready to watch the movie. I want the media to move along. But Bhansali has an appeal that he will not make fun.

Kalvi today said that state governments are more worried about the release of this film. They say that the release of the film can cause problems of law and order in the states. Multiplexes in Gujarat have refused to show the film. He said, ‘I want the people to decide on this. Cinema Hall, refuse to show this movie. Explain that supporters of the Karni Sena are protesting, destroying and jamming in many states against ‘Padmaavat’.

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