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Bollywood Actor Akshay Kumar’s Prithviraj Receives Threats from Karni Sena

Bollywood Actor Akshay Kumar has gotten a danger from the outfit, Karni Sena, over his forthcoming Bollywood movie Prithviraj. The entertainer is set to play Prithviraj Chauhan in the Yash Raj Films' period dramatization, denoting the introduction of Manushi Chhillar who plays Sanyogita and helmed by Dr. Chandraprakash Dwivedi. Surjeet Singh Rathore, President of the Youth Wing of the Karni Sena, has advanced three conditions for the film and cautioned Yash Raj Films' big enchilada Aditya Chopra that in the event that they don't agree with the interest, they will confront a similar circumstance as Sanjay Leela Bhansali did during Padmaavat.

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He addressed a day by day and afterward shared news clippings on his Instagram. Rathore wrote in Hindi that the association regards Akshay Kumar and that YRF's Aditya Chopra should regard the last 'Hindu Samrat'. The three conditions incorporate the screening of the film before its delivery, the film appears to the Rajput society, and the title of the film to have the complete name — Veer Yoddha Samrat Prithviraj Chauhan.

Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar had announced the film in 2019. He wrote, “Elated to share about my 1st historical film on my birthday! Humbled to have the opportunity to play a hero I look up to for his valor & values- Samrat Prithviraj Chauhan in one of my biggest films #Prithviraj. Producer @yrf, director #DrChandraprakashDwivedi, releasing Diwali 2020.”

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Because of the pandemic, Prithviraj got postponed. Presently, they have chosen to deliver it on November 5, 2021.

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