New Delhi: After Akshay Kumar-starrer ‘Samrat Prithviraj’ was declared tax-free in Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, the film based on the life of the fearless and mighty king Prithviraj Chauhan is vying for a similar status in Rajasthan. happened. Consider the glorious emperor of the desert kingdom.
In Yash Raj Films’ first historical film, which released in the country’s cinema halls on Friday, Akshay plays the legendary 12th century warrior who fought valiantly to defend India from the ruthless invader Muhammad Ghori.
A user named TA wrote on Twitter, ‘The Rajasthan government can make #Prithviraj tax free, not sure but hope it will happen so that every Indian can know about the life of Hindu emperor.
Another, Harsh Vir Singh wrote, “Samrat Prithviraj Chauhan’s film should be declared tax-free in Rajasthan.”
Bhanu Pratap wrote on the microblogging site, “May also need to make it tax-free in Rajasthan, the birthplace of Emperor Prithviraj Chauhan.” Rajasthan is the birthplace of Chauhan. Prakash Khemnani wrote, “Sir, let the Rajputana pride of Rajasthan and the pride of the country get the film of Emperor Prithviraj ji tax-free on his own land…….”.
Vasudev Devnani, a BJP MLA from Ajmer North, also urged the Rajasthan government to declare the film tax-free, saying that the period drama will evoke the feeling of love for our motherland. Rajasthan should also declare it tax-free. ,
The film based on the glorious and mighty emperor Prithviraj Chauhan helmed by Akshay Kumar has been made tax-free so that more and more youth of our country can watch the film and invoke the feeling of love for us. Homeland
“‘Prithviraj’ is directed by Chandraprakash Dwivedi, who is known for directing the television epic Chanakya and the critically acclaimed film ‘Pinjar’.
Visual Tamasha stars former Miss World Manushi Chhillar, who is making her Hindi film debut with the film in the role of Prithviraj’s beloved partner Sanyogita. Sanjay Dutt and Sonu Sood are also a part of the period drama.
‘Samrat Prithviraj’ hit the screens today in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu languages.