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Aamir and Shah Rukh Call Deepika After Padmavati Controversies Fuel Up

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Written by Archit Chawla

Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s upcoming Hindi drama movie Padmavati is all surrounded by controversies and has been making news for all heated reasons. From it’s release date to the negative portrayal of the characters and what not, this movie has been the centre of attraction for the cinema goers for quite some time now. Recently, the members of Rajput Karni Sena have made a statement about the movie’s release and have threatened to behead the director and chop Deepika Padukone’s nose off if their demands are not met. The film is about the brave and courageous Rani Padmini, the character is played by Deepika while her husband Raja Ratan Singh’s role is played By Shahid Kapoor, and Ranveer Singh plays Alauddin Khilji.

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Amidst these controversies and all the ruckus, many of the Bollywood stars have come to the forefront to support the actress and the team. Recently Aamir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan have also called the actress and were deeply concerned about her well being. Aamir and Deepika had a long conversation about the whole scenario and he assured her of being there for her if needed. The actress, on the other hand, is maintaining an extremely strong stand and is looking forward for the release of the movie. Well, at the moment, Padmavati’s release was recently deferred and will be released in the later half of the month of December.

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