It seems the Censor Board is not done with enforcing reschedule of the release date and change of title for Deepika Padukone's upcoming magnum opus "Padmavati'. A shocking report has now come out that makers are resorting to cover up Deepika's midriff through computer graphics in order to get Censor certification.
It is heard that the CBFC has raised objections to the exposure of Deepika's midriff in the spectacular "Ghoomar" song in "Padmavati", and they asked the makers to remove those particular shots where her stomach was peeping out of her stunning ghagra-choli. They reasoned that such visuals might upset certain sections as Deepika essays the character of Queen Padmavati in the film.
Being a perfectionist, director Sanjay Leela Bhansali wasn't willing to remove those shots as such editing would disturb the choreographic flow of the elegant dance sequence. But, as he couldn't anymore fight with the Censor Board, Bhansali has reportedly decided to hide Deepika's midriff with CGI.
On a related note, makers of Padmavati have already been forced to change the title to 'Padmaavat'. Even after all this alleged harassment, Padmavat has been banned in Gujarat, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. UP and Bihar govts are also considering to ban the film.