Khilji's character has been shown 'badly', now banned in Malaysia 'Padmavat'

Kuala Lampur: Now the problem is 'Paddman' in foreign countries. The film directed by Sanjay Leela Banshali was banned in Malaysia.

There has been debate in India for the poorly showing the character of Padmabati. Rajput organizations call for banning images.

However, the picture of the movie 'Khalnayak' Alauddin Khilji in the picture to be banned in Malaysia. The Malaysian authorities banned the picture from claiming that the 'image' of Islam was damaged in the picture.

According to the Malaysian Home Ministry, Alauddin Khilji was shown as arrogant, cruel and inhuman in the film.

The Malaysian administration's argument, showing Alauddin Khilji's character 'badly' has diminished the image of Islam. Because, he was the representative of Khilji Sultanatantra.

On Monday, the chairman of the Muslim-majority country Malaysia's Sensor Board (LPF), Jambari Abdul Aziz said that the story has hurt Islamic sentiment. This is Malaysia's concern.

It is known that the makers of the appeal filed the appeal against the ban. The committee also dismissed the appeal.

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