He said that for the film's certification, the CBFC co-opted Professor Waqar Ali Shah, Chairman, Department of History, Quaid-e-Azam University as per rules.
"A co-opted member has no voting rights. They are for expert opinion," Hasan explained.
In India, the film's makers have had a long struggle in getting it to theatres as some Rajput outfits have been up against its release over alleged historical innaccuracies.
Originally titled "Padmavati", the movie's makers were asked to make five modifications - including title change, addition of two disclaimers, and some alterations in a song - before it got a U/A certificate.
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