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A FILM CAN'T RUIN OUR CULTURE SAYS RICHA ON 'PADMAVATI' ROW

By Siddharth Singh . 16th November 2017 03:34pm
A FILM CAN'T RUIN OUR CULTURE SAYS RICHA ON 'PADMAVATI' ROW

Actress Richa Chadda has also backed Sanjay Leela Bhansali's for his upcoming film "Padmavati", saying "our culture is not so fragile that a film can ruin it". The actress, who was present at a press conference in Mumbai on Wednesday at the song launch of her upcoming film "Fukrey Returns", told media: "I do not think our culture and religion is so fragile that a film of two hours can ruin that. "On the other hand, we are living in a democratic country where we have an appointed board that certifies our film, I see no reason for commenting on a film without watching it," said Richa, who has been a part of Bhansali's "Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela". In addition to it, producer Ritesh Sidhwani, who was all excited about his upcoming home-production "Fukrey Returns", said his film will not get overshadowed by other big-budget films. When asked about his film releasing between two big-ticket films like "Padmavati" and "Tiger Zinda Hai", the producer told media: "Well, if you think our film will get sandwiched between the two big releases, I would say the meat of the sandwich is always much tastier, isn't it?" "Honestly, I am not apprehensive about it. 'Fukrey Returns' won't be overshadowed because of its genre. I know how massive 'Padmavati' is, and 'Tiger...' is a Salman Khan film. But our film is a comedy, the genre is different." "Fukrey Returns" is releasing on December 15.
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