“It portrays the Indian culture of respect for women”

On Wednesday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah watched Manushi Chhillar star Akshay Kumar and Samrat Prithviraj at a special screening in Delhi two days before the film’s release. He watched the movie in a movie theater with his family members and several central ministers including Piyush Goyal, Anurag Thakur and Ashwini Vaishnaw among others. After the screening, Amit Shah praised the project, which he was very impressed with.

A clip tweeted by ANI features the union’s interior minister with Akshay Kumar and Manushi alongside him. Speaking about the film, Amit Shah said, “This film portrays the Indian culture of respecting women and empowering women. The story is about a hero who fought in the midst of battles from Afghanistan to Delhi. Furthermore, the Union Home Minister added that even though India became independent in 1947, an era of cultural revival began in 2014. This would, once again, bring the country to new heights where we once were,” Shah said as the BJP completed eight years. of the NDA government in the center.

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Samrat Prithviraj also stars Sanjay Dutt and Sonu Sood in key roles. The film also marks the screen debut of Manushi, who was Miss World 2017. The film, which depicts the heroism of 12th century king Prithviraj Chauhan, is set to hit theaters tomorrow.

Amid the movie promotions, in an interview with ANI, Akshay pointed out how the school curriculum lacks information about Indian kings. The actor said he was not against teachings about the Mughals, but felt a balance should also be maintained when teaching students about Indian kings.

“I’m not saying we shouldn’t read about Mughals… but balance it (with teaching about Indian kings as well). They were great too. I would like to ask the Minister of Education to look into this matter and see if we can change it,” he said at the press conference during the special screening of his film.

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