The source told that the CBFC said that ‘Padmavati’ can be certified in January only because December is almost passing. Before ‘Padmavati’ there are at least 40 feature films in different languages ??in line.The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) will constitute a committee of historians for the review of the film ‘Padmavati’. This movie may be released till March next year. The sources in the certification board said that the makers of ‘Padmavati’ complained the case in vain by putting an unclear claim with their application sent for certification of the film.In the application, he wrote that the film is partly based on historical facts.Sources told on condition of anonymity that now the material should be scrutinized for authenticity. The film was sent back to the first producers, because they left that column blank, in which it was to write that the film was fictional or based on historical facts.The source told that the CBFC said that ‘Padmavati’ can be certified in January only because December is almost passing. Before ‘Padmavati’ there are at least 40 feature films in different languages ??in line.The source said that due to the last month of the year some board members are on leave and some others are sick.Will a committee of historians constitute for review? On the question, the source said, “Except for the appointment of the panel, we do not even have a general inquiry committee to look at the movies.”Sources said, “The film is likely to be certified in the second week of January, I do not think they will be able to release the film before March or April, this will also happen when the CBFC certifies the film without any objection. . “Just before the elections of Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat, Rajput organizations on the Padmavati had accelerated the agitation against it. Seeing the possibility of getting Rajput votes by raising this issue, the BJP also jumped into this movement. The BJP, however, claims itself not to be a caste politics. But in the Bihar elections, BJP President Amit Shah had said, “The Prime Minister is OBC.” By saying this, he tried to entice OBCs.