According to the close sources of Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone, she recently visited the Padmavathi Temple in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh. The sources have informed indianexpress.com about this. The successful actress endeavored the blessings of Goddess Padmavathi and Lord Venkateswara.
DEEPIKA PADUKONE VISITS PADMAVATHI TEMPLE IN TIRUPATI
The source additionally continued that she desired to visit the temple of the Goddess once before her much-anticipated film Padmavati releases. In this movie, she portrays the role of Rani Padmini. The trip to the temple for Deepika was a surreal experience. The actress also scheduled her promotions in a way that she can keep some time for her tour to Tirupati.
Everything has been complicated for Padmavati with various religious and political groups complaining about the content of the film.
Recently, director Sanjay Leela Bhansali tried to put all the rumors and controversies to rest as he shared a video in which he stated that there is no communication between Rani Padmavati (Deepika’s character) and Khilji (Ranveer’s character).
In the video, Bhansali was seen saying, “Through this video, I want to tell you all something. Padmavati has been made with a lot of responsibility and hard work. I have always been inspired by Rani Padmini’s story, and this film is just a tribute to her honor and courage. But because of some rumors, the film is being dragged into a controversy. The rumor is of Rani Padmini and Allaudin Khilji having a dream sequence. I have clarified it earlier, and I am doing it again through this video that there is no scene in the film which will hurt anyone’s sentiments. We have kept the honor of Rajputs intact. So, there are no such scene or any dream sequence which would hurt anyone. Thank you.”
Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s dream project Padmavati attempts to commend the story of the sacrifice made by Rani Padmini of Mewar. Ranveer Singh will be seen as Alauddin Khilji and Shahid Kapoor as Maharawal Ratan Singh in the movie.
Padmavati will be releasing worldwide on December 1.