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Chetan Bhagat brings to end contention over Padmaavat at Jaipur Literature Fest

Chetan Bhagat brings to end contention over Padmaavat at Jaipur Literature Fest

Chetan Bhagat brings to end contention over Padmaavat at Jaipur Literature Fest

Author Chetan Bhagat has called for completion the contention over the motion picture Padmaavat.

Talking on the sidelines of Jaipur Literature Festival, he encouraged the media to quit offering significance to Karni Sena.

He pondered what sort of challenges was it when a school transport was stoned.

Rajputs have a legacy and respect running into hundreds of years and a film can’t hurt it at any rate, he included.

A dissent only for it was no great, Bhagat said.

The film has been discharged and there has been no contention over it at all from that point forward.

He bolstered the choice of Prasoon Joshi, head of Central Board of Film confirmation to not visit the JLF to spare kindred authors from inconvenience.

He said that had he been in his place, even he would not have come.

He felt Joshi’s choice to not come ought not be made into another debate or given a ton of significance since that exclusive gives a lift to dissenters.

He said that he has been a taking an interest in the JLF for long and individuals keep on thronging it as ever. It has not lost its sparkle.

The nonappearance of a couple of people won’t influence this ‘Maha Kumbh’ of writing, the big name author said.

Sanjoy Roy, JLF maker chief said on Joshi’s nonappearance, “Savagery has no place in the account of another India. What’s more, the individuals who light the fire of disdain will be devoured by it. We thank the Rajasthan Government and the police powers for their help in guaranteeing the security of every one of our speakers and guests from over the world.”

Sanjay Bhagat

The author Sanjay Bhagat

Sanjay Bhagat is a news author in various news category and has worked on local newspapers.

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