Last week, the film certification board returned the movie's application to its producer stating it was "incomplete".
"If historical facts are distorted, and if anything is shown or said in the movie against the respect of the country's mother, Padmavatiji', then that movie can not be allowed for release in Madhya Pradesh", Chouhan said while addressing members of the Rajput community here at his residence.
Rawal said he has written to the CBFC to cancel the "certificate given to the movie" and that it be shown to a committee of expert historians.
Rejecting suggestions of supporting a ban on the movie "Padmavati", Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has decried attempts by some vested interests to misinterpret his statement on the issue.
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The film has been mired in controversy over conjectures that it "distorts history" regarding Rajput queen Padmavati, a contention that Bhansali has repeatedly denied.
The makers of the Deepika Padukone-Ranveer Singh-Shahid Kapoor starrer "Padmavati", which has been wrapped in a controversy with members of the Rajput community protesting against the film which they say insults their sentiments, have deferred the release of the film.
At this CJI Misra said: "The censor board has a role".
Khalji has been projected as a hero in the movie and today's generation believe in movies, he said.
Uttar Pradesh deputy chief minister Keshav Prasad Maurya yesterday joined the anti-Padmavati chorus, saying the film's screening will be allowed in the state only after "objectionable scenes" are edited out.