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Shreya Ghosal’s Track REMOVED From Padmaavat.. Here’s The Reason Why

Padmaavat has inarguably become one of the most controversial films in Bollywood. The movie has been landing in several problems ever since it went on floor. The set was vandalized and director Sanjay Leela Bhansali was manhandled. If that was not enough, the movie had to face several problems during the release. Now, after lots of cuts and changed, CBFC game a nod to release the movie.

Several changed were made after the recommendation of the censor board. Now, it looks like the singer Shreya Ghosal had to bear the brunt of the same. According to a source close to the film, “Shreya had three songs in the album but because of the changes in the script, her songs had to be left out. The makers had no option than to remove those songs after the recommendations from the CBFC.”

There were several reports suggesting that Shreya Ghosal had three songs in the movie. However, fans got pretty shocked after the jukebox of the movie got released. Fans of the singer are pretty upset after seeing only one song of Shreya instead of three songs. Several fans have also tweeted showing their frustration about the same.

One user tweeted, “@shreyaghoshal hereafter you may have to charge separately for singing & for using you as a brand – making you sing,releasing your songs earliest, making millions of us hype, then the song is not in the film – this has become a trend,”

Shreya also replied to the tweet, which reads, “Sweetheart.. Please don’t be upset. These things happen during the creative process of making an extraordinary film. It’s unavoidable. There are many songs recorded in a film, then script changes, scenes get modified. So some good songs gets unfortunately left out unintentionally.”

Coming back to the film, Padmaavat is a period drama film directed by ace director Sanjay Leela Bhansali. The movie features Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh and Shahid Kapoor in the lead roles. The movie is slated to release on 25th January 2018.

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