If not for the protests and vandalism by fringe groups in some states, the film would have fared even better. The communal team Rajput Karni Sena tried a hard to not allow the theatrical release of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's film, but in the last, they failed to stop the film. After entering the Rs 50-crore club within two days of its release (including paid previews), the film has now crossed the Rs 100-crore mark. It had earned Rs 5 crore on Wednesday. In a week's time, it is expected to cross Rs 100 crore business.
"Trade analyst Atul Mohan tweeted on Sunday: "'Padmaavat' had a big Saturday with Rs 27 crore, which brings its total to Rs 83 crore.
"When Rani has so much strength, why would she need others?" "To make up for the Rajasthani food that I never got to eat when shooting Padmaavat", the actress said flaunting her dimpled smile.
Deepika Padukone has been garnering accolades from all quarters for her performance in the film, with a special mention to the sensational climax scene of the film.
"Having said that, I am afraid if the repeat viewing is even happening or not because of its length. They have fought vast battles to get this film released, I am very happy for them", he added. She is like me - a strong, intelligent and elegant woman.
"So, their expression was like, 'Is she our daughter?' I saw their expression and they were both brimming and glowing with pride". So, there were huge expectations that the magnum opus Padmaavat would break the record.
"My parents have seen the film and they were proud of my work, but there was a sense of disbelief, like they were thinking is she our daughter?" "Central Board of Film Censors (CBFC) has declared a feature film containing Indian cast and crew, "Padmaavat", without any excision suitable for public exhibition in the cinemas with a "U" certification", he wrote on Twitter.