Padmaavat: Ticket counter at a theatre set on fire by Karni Sena
While Supreme Court has given a green signal to ‘Padmaavat’ and the film has been certified by CBFC, this Sanjay Leela Bhansali directorial is still not having a peaceful release. The movie starring Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh is slated to release on January 24, 2018.
Well, recently a ticket counter at a theatre was set on fire as they are going to screen ‘Padmaavat’ there. We came across a video of the same on Instagram.
Check it out here:
ये तो अभी ट्रेलर है सिर्फ पोस्टर लगाने का अगर ये फ़िल्म चलेगी तो क्या नही जलेगा आप ही सोचो…..!?जय भवानी? @kr_kaushiksinh @kr_pushpendra_singh @yuvrajbhavnagar@sukhdevsinghgogamedi @sukhdev_gogamedi @karni.sena @instarajputana @rajputana_club @___thakurain___ @rana.saa.7 #rajputana #padmavati #karnisena #nadoda #banna #royal
Because of such incidents, in a couple of states the theatre owners are scared to screen the film as it might damage their property. We wonder if ‘Padmaavat’ will have a peaceful release or not.
After Supreme Court’s decision, we feel that now its the duty of police officials and state governments that there’s no ruckus while the film is being screened in the theatres. (Also Read: Padmaavat: Ranveer says he is a monster as Khilji, and we agree)