The rally started from Vanita Vishram and ended at district collectorate on Athwalines road where the protesters handed over a memorandum to district collector Mahendra Patel.Local VHP leader Dinesh Navadia said, "We would not let this film to be released".
Asked whether he opposed the film's release, the minority affairs minister said, "What you like in a film, should be accepted and what you do not like, should be left there".
"I see films as films and do not get into its history or geography".
"Padmavati" has been facing a lot of problems since its inception. The movie is scheduled to release on December 1.According to Mansinh Rathod, who is leading the Gujarat chapter of "Karni Sena", Bhansali has "distorted the historical facts in the movie."We have learnt that there is a dream sequence in the movie wherein "Rani Padmavati" has been shown romancing with "Allaudin Khilji".
A Rajput outfit on Monday warned that it would not allow upcoming Hindi film "Padmavati" to be screened in Karnataka, claiming that the film distorted historical facts and portrayed royal characters of yore in a poor light.
Meanwhile, the latest song from the film, Ek Dil Ek Jaan featuring Shahid Kapoor has already clocked 6 million views on YouTube.
Members of the Rajput Karni Sena had previously vandalised the film's sets and assaulted Sanjay Leela Bhansali in Jaipur.
The film, jointly produced by Viacom 18 Motion Pictures and Bhansali Productions, is slated to release on December 1 in India and November 30 in the UAE.