When Bollywood was going through a rough patch, the industry saw a big hit in the form of The Kashmir Files. The Vivek Agnihotri's directorial traces the attacks and atrocities faced by the Hindus in the Kashmir valley in the 90s. People started talking about the film after the BJP openly supported it.
From Union Home Minister Amit Shah to Chief Ministers of the BJP-ruled states, the film left many leaders impressed. To support the film, a few leaders supported the film and made it tax-free in many states. As a result, The Kashmir Files made wonders at the box office.
Looks like the BJP found love in another film. The Kannada film industry which showed its strength with K.G.F brought another much-awaited film 777 Charlie, which is about the bonding between a man and a dog. It had a release in multiple languages and has been doing well at the box office.
A special screening was held for Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai in Bengaluru the other day. After watching the film, the Chief Minister burst into tears as he remembered his dog that left him last year. Walking down the memory lane, the Chief Minister said that if there is anything that loves a man unconditionally then it is a dog.
Basavaraj Bommai, the Chief Minister of BJP-ruled Karnataka was so involved in the film that he could not hold his tears. He wiped his tears many times while speaking to the media. Appreciating the makers for making a film on the bonding between a man and his dog, Bommai urged everyone to watch the film.
Just like how the top leaders of the BJP supported The Kashmir Files, Karnataka Chief Minister also appealed to everyone to not miss the opportunity and watch the film. The Chief Minister said that movies on the bond will come rarely and the movie had captured the moments brilliantly.
777 Charlie stars Rakshit Shetty as the lead who also co-produced the film. The movie which is made on the lines of Mahabharat is helmed by K Kiranraj. As the bonding between a dog and its owner is the key point of the film, animal lovers are watching the film.