Ram Gopal Varma announces a clash between Deepika Padukone and Mia Malkova – Movie Mint

Ram Gopal Varma announces a clash between Deepika Padukone and Mia Malkova

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Ram Gopal Varma announces a clash between Deepika Padukone and Mia Malkova



Ram Gopal Varma is all set to make his debut online with the upcoming, God, Sex And Truth. The movie starring adult actress Mia Malkova is a philosophical treatise on her life and times.

Ram Gopal Varma’s controversial film with adult star Mia Malkova called God, Sex and Truth will release on 26th January 2018 and the filmmaker announced a clash between Deepika Padukone and Mia on Twitter.

“My film God,Sex and Truth is releasing on jan 26th at 9 Am along with Padmaavat on http://www.GodSexTruth.Online   …Between @MiaMalkova and @deepikapadukone may the best woman win  #GodSexTruth,” RGV tweeted.

RGV had earlier even posted a video of him beating up a couple of men as a reaction to protesters wanting a ban on his film. In fact, a bunch of women protesters even burnt an effigy with his face on it demanding a ban on the film.

That’s not all, since his online movie is releasing on January 26th at 9 AM, he has even asked Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Deepika Padukone to be aware. He even compared Mia to Deepika saying , the best woman should win at the box office.

The film became controversial during production. There were allegations from groups such as the Shri Rajput Karni Sena, a Rajput caste organisation, claiming that the film depicts factual inaccuracies, portraying the Rajput queen Padmavati in a bad light, with activists vandalizing the sets of the film. However, a sting operation conducted by an Indian news channel showed that the activists had planted the controversies in order to extort money from the filmmakers.

Subsequently, the Karni Sena made threats of violence, reportedly threatening to burn down theatres if the film is released to audiences before it is shown to them for evaluation. Bhansali responded to the threats by reiterating that rumours of a romantic dream sequence between Padmini and Khilji were false, and that the film contains no such scene. BBC News stated that Bhansali’s attempt to placate those who want the film to be banned has “fallen on deaf ears among those who want to ‘protect the honour’ of a fictitious queen.

Padmaavat was re-scheduled for release on 25 January 2018 in 2D, 3D and IMAX 3D formats, making it the first Indian film to be released in IMAX 3D.

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