Earlier in the day, Kapoor, while addressing media at the India International Film Festival (IFFI), said, "This is not the time to be angry; this is not the time to lose your cool because there are enough people doing that right now".
"If historical facts are distorted, and if anything is shown or said in the movie against the respect of the country's mother, Padmavatiji', then that movie can not be allowed for release in Madhya Pradesh", Chouhan said while addressing members of the Rajput community here at his residence.
He said that queen Padmavati was a "true reflection of the Indian woman".
While talking to ETV in Gorakhpur, he said, "The Censor Board should respect the sentiments of the 22 crore people of UP".
Interestingly, the MP government has also constituted an award in the name of the erstwhile Rajput Queen.
Chouhan made this announcement at an event where BJP's Madhya Pradesh chief Nandkumar Singh Chauhan called Bollywood director Sanjay Leela Bhansali a "sinner" and alleged that in the movie "Padmavati", history had been tampered with for the sake of money.
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As the row over the controversial film "Padmavati" continues to rage, both the BJP and the Congress indulged in a slugfest over its screening. The first poster of the movie was released in October after which Rajput groups started alleging that the director had "distorted" historical facts.
Last week, the film certification board returned the movie's application to its producer stating it was "incomplete".
He said any "objectionable scenes" in the movie should be deleted before its release is allowed.
The actor shows that he's not at all like Khilji, the character he plays in the Sanjay Leela Bhansali film.
"Do they want them to believe that Khalji was a hero?" the minister asked.