Rarest of the rare when a film budgeted 4crore; released only on 250 screens; survives the onslaught of Hollywood and Bollywood biggies; runs at houseful capacity and rakes a life-time business that is 50 times more than Day-1. The film minted 35lakhs on Day-1, grossing a Life-time Box office business of 18crores.
“There is no sign that it will stop at 50 days because there is still demand which has not gone down,” says Vivek Agnihotri.
He added “This film will set an example on how to market a film without actually marketing it. Till date, you will see many shows will go houseful because there was demand, and there were less number of screens so shows have been running houseful”
Setting a benchmark with a 50 day run in theaters, and still running at houseful capacity; the film rakes 8.4/10 by IMDb, 87% by Bookmyshow and 95% by Google users. Grossing a BOC of 18crore, despite of extremely limited screenings and surviving the onslaughts of the biggies like “Kalank”“Avengers: Endgame” “SOTY2” and “De Pyaar De”;“The Tashkent Files” emerges as “The People’s Film”
The second PM of India, Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri died in Tashkent, in hours after signing the Tashkent agreement. His body turned blue and swollen bleeding from cuts. Clouds of suspicions hinted signs of murder rather than a heart-attack. Was it STATE, DYNASTY or POLITICS? WHO KILLED SHASTRI? His story was erased from history like his death a mystery. Discover your #RightToTruth with Vivek Agnihotri’s “The Tashkent Files” streaming in theaters near you.
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