The letter ‘I’ was all that stood between historical accuracy and disrespecting the ‘maan’ and ‘sanmaan’ of a great Queen of fiction as the Padmavati saga will finally find release, not conclusion on 25th January. Also, Padmavati is now Padmavat.
OMG the Republic Day weekend is all set to go CRAZY with not one, not two but three big budget, A lister packed projects set to hit the screens! Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ill fated dream project will now clash with Akshay Kumar starrer PadMan, and Neeraj Pandey’s multi starrer, Aiyaari. Twitter on the other hand is not even concerned about what to watch, as first and foremost they had to make fun of the fact that Padmavati is now Padmavat.
Within minutes of the official reports revealing the release date for Padmavat, Twitter users went berserk as the film has already received a blockbuster opening of jokes and one liners on the microblogging platform.
Social Ketchup brings you some of the best rib ticklers and one liners around Padmavat, which sounds like a completely different film that the audience will not be able to tell the difference AT ALL.
— Bollywood Gandu (@BollywoodGandu) January 7, 2018
— Prahahahanav (@Pranav_Dangi) January 1, 2018
India is a rare Social Science experiment where:
— Why So Silly® (@silly_why) December 30, 2017
[Disclaimer].. Khilji is still a bad king
[Disclaimer].. Sati is banned now. Don't practice it.
[Disclaimer].. Ratan is a good king. Rajputs are the pride of India
[Disclaimer] – VOTE FOR BJP #Padmavat
*Various disclaimers are added to the film*
— Romeo (@DrCrazen) December 30, 2017
Rajputs: "Can we cut their heads?"
Rajputs: "What about their noses?"
Rajputs: "Can we gouge their eyes out?"
CBFC: "No that's too much."
Rajputs: "Um, how about we remove one eye?"
— Abhishek Mathur (@mabhishek16) December 30, 2017
— Sharma Ji Ka Launda? (@BeingRasscal) January 5, 2018
— Desi PoliTicks ?? (@DesiPoliticks) January 7, 2018
— Rakshith Ponnathpur (@rsponnathpur) December 30, 2017
So can we hope to get approval on :
— Beanology (@followTheGupta) December 30, 2017
— rahul dholakia (@rahuldholakia) December 30, 2017
— Tapan Sharma (@Tapan_999) January 8, 2018
What are your thoughts about the Censor Board insisting on such arbitrary changes? Will you prefer to watch Padmavat or PadMan or both? Let us know in the comments section!