Director Vivek Agnihotri’s film ‘The Kashmir Files’ is breaking the box office collection record. Its directors and actors are happy with the success of the film. The film is competing against Prabhas’ ‘Radheshyam’, Alia Bhatt’s’ Gangubai Kathiawari ‘,’ Batman ‘and Akshay Kumar’s’ Bachchan Pandey’. The film is tax free in many states like Gujarat, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Tripura and Assam. The producer of Amitabh Bachchan starrer ‘Jhund’ has raised questions as to whether the film is tax free.
‘Jhund’ (Jhund Box Office Collection) was released at the box office a week before ‘The Kashmir Files’. The film may not have done well but it has received good response and reviews from critics. Now, one of the producers of the film, Savita Raj Hiremath, is questioning whether ‘Jhand Tax Free’ should be made tax free and ‘The Kashmir Files’ should be made tax free. However, he also lauded The Kashmir Files.
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Savita Raj (Savita Raj Hiremath) wrote in her Facebook post, “I recently saw ‘The Kashmir Files’ and the story of the massacre of Kashmiri Pandits is heartbreaking. Such a story needs to be told. It better reflects the voice of Kashmiri Pandits. But I am amazed to be the creator of ‘Swarm’. After all, Jhund is also an important film and it has a story and a big message which has received a lot of praise and response from the audience. “
Film tax-free rules
Savita Raj further wrote, “So I want to know on what criteria the government is tax-free, support it through social media and watch movies from government offices or give half a day to your employees, Khas is fully supporting. Movies by holiday.
The ‘flag’ gives hope to the lower classes
Savita Raj wrote, “After all, herd is also a topic that is very important for the development of our country. Their success story also shows a way to find it.