‘The Kashmir Files’ to be declared tax-free in Goa – Times of India

‘The Kashmir Files’ is garnering a huge response across the country. The film has minted Rs 26.50 crore in its first weekend and continues to earn big. Over the weekend, ‘The Kashmir Files’ was declared tax free in states like Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat. And now, former Goa CM Pramod Sawant has said that the film will be declared tax free in Goa. ANI tweeted, “The Kashmir Files movie will be declared tax-free in Goa, says former CM & BJP leader Pramod Sawant after watching the film based on the life of Kashmiri Pandits in 1990 in J&K.”

Previously, when Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel had declared the film tax-free, director Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri had thanked him stating, “This will help the common people of Gujarat to see the biggest tragedy in independent India @kp_global.”

A lot of Bollywood celebrities have also lauded ‘The Kashmir Files’. Akshay had shared, “Hearing absolutely incredible things about your performance in #TheKashmirFiles @AnupamPKher Amazing to see the audience back to the cinemas in large numbers. Hope to watch the film soon. Jai Ambe.” Urging people to watch the film, Yami Gautam had recently tweeted, “Being married to a Kashmiri Pandit, I know first hand of the atrocities that this peace-loving community has gone through. But majority of the nation is still unaware. It took us 32 years and a film to get to know the truth. Please watch and support #TheKashmirFiles.”

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