Sanjay Leela Bhansali directorial ‘Padmaavat’ is facing protest and oppose all around the country. Padmavati earlier titled Padmavati faced whatnot from an attack on set, a dead body in Nahargarh Fort to Karni Sena protesting and opposing the release of the film. Though, the Supreme Court of India given it a permission of nationwide release after the CBFC granted it U/A certification it is still facing the protest at a nationwide level.
Recently, the screening of the film held which was attended by cast, director and other people from the industry. Well, we all know that ‘Padmaavat’ releasing date is today i.e 25th January. But, just ahead of the release of much-awaited Bhansali movie it has again stuck in amidst of a protest in Gurugram.
Section 144 has been imposed in the city by the Gurugram District Magistrate which will be applicable within a 200-meter radius of cinema halls and multiplexes, according to ANI.
“Direction under section 144 is necessary to impose restrictions on the presence of persons carrying firearms and other articles capable of causing injury, raising slogans and exhibiting placards within a 200-meter radius of cinema halls/multiplexes under Section 144.” in a statement District Magistrate Vinay Pratap Singh said.
This will remain applicable until 28 January and any person who seems or found to be guilty will be punished under section 188 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). Fine to imprisonment for up to 6 months comes under the punishment of this section.
After the violation that was witnessed by the people in Ahmedabad, this has been done in Gurugram to avoid any kind of violence in the city.