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‘Padmavat Row: Again prize money offered for bringing Bhansali’s head, law and order kept on back burner

The film ‘Padmavat’ was in disputes since the beginning and even when it was released yesterday after the intervention of Supreme Court, but more controversies are popping up.

Director and the artists of film Padmavat are constantly receiving threats and again a prize money has been declared for bringing the head of director Sanjay Leela Bhansali.

Now the Office Bearers of the Braj Mandal Kshatriya Rajput Mahasabha have announced a cash prize of Rs. 51 lakhs for the person who would bring the head of director Sanjay Leela Bhansali.

According to the media report, after the meeting, District President Mukesh Singh Sikarwar said, “The person who would bring the head of Sanjay Leela Bhansali will be awarded Rs. 51 lakhs in a silver plate.”

While replying to a question, Mukesh Singh Sikarwar said Bhansali has insulted the Rajputs by distorting their history. He has done the character assassination of Rani Padmavati so the Rajput community will teach him a lesson for this abuse.

Following the extreme violent protest, by the Karni Sena and allies, not all the cinema halls are showing the film Padmaavat fear that their properties would be vandalised. Some of the cinema hall owners have put up the notices outside the theatres that ‘We are not showing the film Padmavat and it will not be done in future too.

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