After so much heat and fights, Padmavati is finally set for release on 25th January with the name 'Padmaavat'. We are really excited to see the film, which has just 5 modifications and never had a dream sequence between Alauddin Khilji and Rani Padmavati.
While the makers have released the new poster urging the PEOPLE OF INDIA, the people of world's largest democracy, not to get offended by something that doesn't even exist, the public response is still unpredictable.
The movie is based on the epic, 'Padmavat' by Sufi poet Malik Muhammad Jayasi, which is entirely a work of fiction. But the widespread outrage was very unwelcomed. However, the film fraternity inspired us to embrace the following films, without 'i'.
1. DL WALE
The movie highlights the struggle people face when caught by police for breaking traffic rules. The protagonist is saved from the thrashing because he had a DL. Let's see how much it inspires people.
The scientific movie is about the condensation of water at extremely low temperatures. It will help you understand the anomalous expansion of water. A must watch for science lovers.
The film celebrates the colorful diversity of people in the world by way of an Indian stuck up in a British setting. You would enjoy the hilarious conversations if the film doesn't get banned.
Tiger Shroff explores the forests of Africa and saves tigers. If you are an animal lover, you would definitely love this film. Raising social awareness about Tigers and their conservation, it is one of a kind film.
5. HERO PANT
After so many superheroes trying their luck to save the world, we have a new superhero making it to our world. The pants, just like the mask of Krrish, have supernatural powers. Hence, the name is dedicated to the pants.
The film beautifully presents the feelings of the Indian sweet, Kalakand right from its birth to death. Its journey from thickening of milk, shaping of sweet, and weighing in boxes, to traveling to homes for consumption, can be understood through this film. Diabetes patients are not advised to watch this film.
We know we are into a new age of bullying, where we see people slapping directors, beheading actors and burning theatres down. But, we don't support any such activities. If these films come, we shall embrace them with the same warmth as we embraced their counterparts with 'i'.