There has been a lot of buzz around the ongoing Padmavati row. Now with the latest bit being the changes suggested by CBFC to Sanjay Leela Bhansali, a relieving good news for the makers is that CBFC has given a U/A certificate to the film.
Prasoon Joshi has denied the rumours that CBFC has called for 26 cuts in the film. He said that five suggestions have been given to Bhansali and the film has been approved without any cuts.
Meanwhile, we got hold of some exclusive pictures from the royal fort of Chittorgarh, Rajasthan, the place where the entire story began.
Have a look (Photo courtesy: Rajesh Rane):
The picturesque sight of the fort is mesmerizing. It takes you back in time and gives you an experience of time travel to the royal era where Raja Ratan Singh once ruled the fort. (Photo courtesy: Rajesh Rane)
Chittorgarh fort is one of the largest forts in India and had been the capital of Mewar dynasty. (Photo courtesy: Rajesh Rane)
In 2013, it Chittorgarh fort was declared as UNESCO’s World Heritage Site. (Photo courtesy: Rajesh Rane)
Rani Padmini’s palace is a white coloured building, which is located in the southern part of the fort. (Photo courtesy: Rajesh Rane)
This Padamini art work is a part of the fort and is located near the secret tunnel that connected her palace to Shiv Linga temple. (Photo courtesy: Rajesh Rane)