The steamy earnings of ‘Padmavat’ are continuing. Looking at the film’s collection, such speculations are being made, it will soon cross the 200 million mark. Filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali faced a lot of difficulty in getting him to the theater but two weeks after the release, his statement came out that you will be surprised. Speaking to Bollywood Life, Sanjay Leela Bhansali said, “I had many reasons to leave this film in the middle but I never thought about it. From the beginning of the film till the last, I had to face many problems. I had three more stories besides’ Padmavat ‘but I thought of putting it on the screen.’ The filmmaker, referring to the 1988 film ‘India’s search’, said, ‘There is a bit about Padmavati and Alauddin Khilji, but then the mohal was very good people were generous. I must say that filmmaker should never give up hope. In 1964, the movie ‘Rani Padmmini’ came in but no one of them opposed that time. I did not understand why this film was opposed. ” When Bhansali was asked whether he will make a historical film next time or not, he said, “Every film has a fate.” Sometimes things go out of your hands and you can not do anything in it. I make the same films which are close to my heart, whether it is a contemporary film or a historical one. Three stories had more to me but I thought of making ‘Padmavat’ only. ‘He further said -‘ My whole office wanted me to work on more stories. Even the research was completed, but in the end I said that I have to make ‘Padmavat’

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