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Ranveer Singh’s reaction on Padmavati furor is BRUTALLY HONEST and a MUST READ for everyone!

Controversies surrounding Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati do not seem to end anytime soon. While CBFC has further added to the troubles by rejecting the application form citing ‘technical deficiencies’ in the form, Karni Sena’s protest is getting nastier day by day. From cutting noses to beheading the onscreen Padmavati Deepika Padukone and director Sanjay Leela Bhansali, life-threatening  statements issued by several religious outfits can put ISIS to shame. Amidst all the furore, one core member of the film who kept mum is Ranveer Singh. But now that the situation is going out of hands, Ranveer has finally opened up.

In a recent interview to a national daily, he was asked about his thoughts on the ongoing mindless controversy which is turning out quite dangerous. And this what he had to say!

“It’s undoubtedly a very tough situation. I am most concerned about Sanjay sir. At this point, for him to go through all of this is extremely difficult considering the amount this man has suffered, sacrificed and [the way he] fought to make this film. What anybody else is going through can’t be compared to what he is experiencing. It’s a difficult situation for him to be embroiled in after the kind of love and sheer effort he has put into the film.”

He further affirmed Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s love for India and its heritage. In his support, he said, ” It’s undoubtedly a very tough situation. I am most concerned about Sanjay sir. At this point, for him to go through all of this is extremely difficult considering the amount this man has suffered, sacrificed and [the way he] fought to make this film. What anybody else is going through can’t be compared to what he is experiencing. It’s a difficult situation for him to be embroiled in after the kind of love and sheer effort he has put into the film.”

What made him stay silent throughout? ” It’s a difficult situation for me also to be in also because anything I say or write on Twitter – despite it not having anything to do with the situation – may get misconstrued and is further distorted. It could unintentionally harm sentiments because who knows what is going to be picked up that someone might take offence to. I feel audiences should now see Alauddin Khilji on screen only.”

Well, the situation certainly demands PM Modi to address on how art should be treat and kept away from politics.  What do you think about the ongoing controversy, do let us know in the comments section below.