‘Padmavati’ controversy leaves Ajay Devgn fearful about Tanaji Malusare biopic

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With controversy showing no signs of letting go of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s epic ‘Padmavati’, Ajay Devgn has reportedly been left fearful about his period based biopic on Tanaji Malusare.

A source told Deccan Chronicle, “The film Taanaji is based on the Marathi warrior Malusare, who fought the battle of Pratapgad and died. The fort was named Sinhagad later. The interesting point was that he recaptured the fort from the Mughals, but the custodian of the fort was a Rajput named Udaybhan Rathod. The film is being produced by Viacom, which is also producing Padmavati. They now want to ensure that that everything is in order in terms of the script and they are not hurting any sentiments of either the Rajputs or the Marathas, or even the Mughals for that matter.”

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