New Delhi: While many loved the much-awaited track from 'Bajirao Mastani,' 'Pinga,' some felt that the makers completely ignored the historical and anthropological aspects of the Peshwa era and focused only on the glamour quotient.
The lead actress of the flick, Deepika Padukone, recently reacted on the issue after, Mohini Karkarey, who is a descendant of the Peshwas, wrote an open letter to director Sanjay Leela Bhansali and said that he should have researched more.
Commenting on the issue, the 29-year-old actress said that she has read certain articles about it, but she has no idea what is it about.
She further added that Bhansali is the best person to talk about this and she would let him clear it.
The flick that also stars Ranveer Singh and Priyanka Chopra is slated to be released on December 18.
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