Padmavati will not face any trouble on its release: Smriti Irani

Mumbai: In a major relief to filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Union minister Smriti Irani has said that his upcoming flick ‘Padmavati’ will face no law and order issues at the time of release.

Bhansali’s ‘Padmavati’ has been facing a lot of trouble ever since the movie was announced. So, the makers fear that the film might face some law and order situation especially in Rajasthan.

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Recently, in a conversation with filmmaker Karan Johar, Smriti Irani assured that the movie will not face any trouble on its release.

“I am sure law and order will be under control. The State government will ensure no miscreants disrupt any kind of interaction or display. I don’t envisage any problem. If there is any challenge, the State government will meet it,” said Irani.

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She also said that the BJP leaders have a better work at hand to do then discuss just one movie.

Irani said, “It is usually miscreants without cover who create such controversies. If law and order is the issue and a filmmaker communicates the problem clearly, then it is taken care of. To say that something will happen is a localised fear.”

 

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