The film earned 100 crores in a week
Actually, director Vivek Agnihotri’s film ‘The Kashmir Files’, released on March 11, is doing well at the box office. The movie has crossed the Rs 100 crore mark in just one week. The film is expected to collect a total of Rs 175 crore till Monday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has praised the film. Apart from this, the movie has been made tax free in many states including UP, Gujarat, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Goa and Karnataka.
BJP leader announced free screening in Rewari
At the same time, after the support of PM Modi’s film, people are being encouraged by many BJP leaders to watch it. Meanwhile, a local BJP leader in Haryana’s Rewari announced a free screening of ‘The Kashmir Files’. Which the director of the film Vivek Agnihotri did not like at all. Condemning the free screening, he warned the BJP leader and called it a ‘crime’.
BJP leader Keshav Chaudhary released the poster
According to the information, BJP leader from Rewari Keshav Chaudhary had released a poster announcing that the movie would be shown free with digital sound on the LED big screen. For this, he requested people to come in maximum numbers. Complained to Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar by tweeting this poster.
The filmmaker wrote in his tweet, “Warning, showing The Kashmir Files in the open like this is a crime. Tagging the same CM Khattar, he wrote that I request you to stop this. Creative business and true nationalism to political leaders.” and social service means buying tickets in a legal and peaceful manner.”
Haryana BJP state in-charge gave the answer
After this, while giving information to Vivek Agnihotri, BJP’s state in-charge of Haryana, Arun Yadav wrote that, ‘Vivek ji has spoken to him and he has been explained not to work in this way, even if the film is to be shown in the picture hall. Go show it. In response to which he thanked him.