‘Padmavati’ officially ‘Padmavat’, poster release with new name and date.
The producers have once again said in the statement issued that the film is based on the composition of Sufi poet Malik Muhammad Jaisi Padmavat.
Mumbai. On Sunday, ‘Padmavati’ was officially ‘Padmavat’ on Makar Sankranti and it was confirmed that the film will be released on January 25 only. With the new name and date through social media, the new posters of the film were released and announced. It was also told that the film will also be available in 3D.
The film’s three main actors Ranvir Singh, Deepika Padukone and Shahid Kapoor shared new posters with their Twitter accounts. Besides, sharing the new poster with the new Twitter account of the movie, “Wrote” On 25th January, 2018, be ready to see Padmavat Mahagatha in your nearby theaters. Now 3D and IMAX will also come in 3D. Tamil and Telugu will also be screened in the film. “Let’s say that the name of Twitter and Instagram accounts of the film had already been changed from Padmavati to PadmaVat. At the same time, even the news of the release date of January 25 came in the media, but the producers did not issue any statement on it. Now that new posters have been released from the film and artist’s Twitter handles, there is no scope for suspicion.
Get ready to witness the epic tale #Padmaavat on 25th January 2018, in theatres near you. Now also in 3D, Imax 3D, Tamil & Telugu. @RanveerOfficial @deepikapadukone @shahidkapoor @aditiraohydari @Viacom18Movies @Bhansali_Prod @TSeries pic.twitter.com/YjXbgyqaja
— Padmaavat (@filmpadmaavat) January 14, 2018
The producers have once again said in the statement issued that the film is based on the composition of Sufi poet Malik Muhammad Jaisi Padmavat. Let’s say that the censor board had also suggested to Padmavat to make some changes along with giving UA certificate. One of them is titled ‘Padmavati’ to ‘Padmavat’. Anyway, Sanjay Leela Bhansali has been claiming from the beginning that his film is a film adaptation of the film Jaisasi Padmavat. In this case, the title of ‘Padmavat’ seems justified on this Mahagatha.
Although the film is still being opposed even after its certification, in view of which the governments of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh have closed the doors for ‘Padmavat’ in their states. At the same time, the governments of Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Goa and West Bengal have said that they will not stop performing their ‘Padmavat’ here. Let me tell you, the first film was being released on December 1, 2017, but due to non-receipt of the sensor certificate the release had to be postponed.