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Samajwadi Party leader Mulayam Singh Yadav younger Daughter-in-law Aparna Yadav has also come into limelight with a video of her dance. It is quite interesting to know that what’s so special in the dance that caught everyone’s attention.  Well.. she has performed on the song which was banned by Rajput Karni samaj. This is Ghoomar song of controversial film Padmavati.  Aparna Yadav is wife of Prateek Yadav who is younger of Mulayam Singh Yadav. Her dance video is getting viral on social media.

As everyone knows that Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati is in controversy since the time of filmmaking. Filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali was also assaulted by the members of Rajput Karni samaj during shooting in Jaipur. In fact, the protest against this movie has limited not only to India but also at International level. It is claimed by the Rajputs that film would show distorted facts about history of Padmavati.

What made Aparna Yadav to dance on Ghoomar song?

It was the occasion of engagement ceremony of Aparna Yadav’s younger brother Aman Bisht where she performed on Ghoomar song of film Padmavati.  In the video, Aparna is beautifully dressed in traditional attire and heavy jewellery. She is dancing with a group of ladies.

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Reaction of Rajput Karni Samaj on Aparna Yadav’s Dance

Talking about Aparna Yadav’s dance, she has irked the Rajput Karni Samaj. The community is badly hurt by her performance on Ghoomar song. The founder of Rajput Karni Samaj, Lokendra Singh Kalvi, expressed his rage on Aparna Yadav.  He said that it was not expected from her as she is also a Rajput. He added that we would send her original Ghoomar song and other Rajasthani folk songs if she was so keen to dance.

This act of Aparna Yadav will work as a fuel to the ongoing fire of movie Padmavati. Film Padmavati is also rejected by many political parties. Let’s see where this act of Mulayam Singh Yadav Daughter-in-law will head to.


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