The controversial film “Padmavat” by director Sanjay Leela Bhansali was released on Thursday in spite of all the disputes and fierce protests across the country. Padmavat was released in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu languages on 6 to 7 thousand screens across the country. The Karni Sena, which is opposing the film, has announced a nationwide ‘bandh’ today. Due to this protest, owners of multiplexes in Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Goa have decided not to release the film.
After the release of the much debated movie Padmavat, some people associated with Karni Sena and Rajput organizations continued to protest today. Due to the protests, a decision has been taken to not release the film in Bihar’s capital Patna. In the Sonipat of Haryana, Section 144 has been imposed around all the theaters, when some protesters on the road of Soha attacked and sabotaged the buses.