Padmaavat, a narration of respect, valor, and fixation, is an epic war-drama directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali.

The arrival of it has caused numerous discussions and heated debates. Film sets were burnt, private properties arsoned. This wasn’t limited to destroying properties; humans and animals were likewise harmed. Species that can’t address their equity were hurt mercilessly. Individuals were assaulted with Molotov cocktails, were stoned. The reason for it: the film twisted ‘History’.

Members of Karni Sena vandalized theatres, blocked streets and forcefully shut down shops. The Rajputi pioneers in Uttar Pradesh even offered a bounty on the heads of Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Deepika Padukone.

As the dissent got steamed, political parties jumped into the battleground. Numerous priests called for a ban and even debilitated the general population engaged in this film.

Why was this fundamental? What did the poor creatures do? Why were they hurt? Was the subject so huge that it needs to get fathomed with the conduct of absolute brutality?

We are living in one of largest democratic and republic nation and our region’s structure stands upright because of peacefulness. These demonstrations of consuming articles, wrecking properties, harming individuals and imbecilic species, and undermining individuals for the sake of dissent is a warning that our country’s pride is on its path of dilapidation. With the various basic issues running in our country, a motion picture shouldn’t let us forget our humanity. Affected by a bundle of hostile, barbaric individuals we shouldn’t overlook our fundamental morals and treat others like our pets and imagine yourself as the mainstays of our country.

Our country will sparkle with pride when every single subject knows how to separate what is correct and what isn’t and organize the issues in light of a legitimate concern for our country, effectively.