A lot has been going on over the release of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's ‘Padmavati’, with the film being banned in five states in India amid numerous threats and debates over its content.
The release date of the film has not yet been announced with the concerned bodies yet to reach a conclusion.
Meanwhile, it has come to light that the film is reportedly insured for Rs 140 crore, of which the distributors can claim about Rs 80 crore if the screening of the film is affected or if the audience is unable to access the theatres.
According to reports, the film is warranted in case of a strike, riots and weather-related events but will only come into effect after its release. However, the said amount cannot be claimed if it is banned by the government.