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Anna Hazare watches Gali Gali Chor Hai in his village

Bollywood News Jan 28, 2012 No comments
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Rumi Jafry arranged special screening of Gali Gali Chor Hai for social activist Anna Hazare in his village Ralegan Siddhi along with the villagers.

Anna Hazare watches special screening of Gali Gali Mein Chor Hai

Anna Hazare watches special screening of Gali Gali Mein Chor Hai

The stars of the film, Akshaye Khanna, Shriya Saran, Mugdha Godse and Annu Kapoor, were also present at the screening. This screening was held on Tuesday night. The corruption based movie is slated for 3rd February release.

A specially crafted LED wall screen was arranged for Anna in an open auditorium. Anna greeted and welcomed the film members to his village. After watching the film he was all happy to see it. He appreciated the efforts of the cast and crew.

Anna said, “It supports my message and movement. Every youth, every child, all age people in India should watch this film as it motivates the depth of being a common man and it motivates every individual to be a good citizen and have a corruption-free country. This Republic Day, every Indian should be corruption-free from within first, and then work towards fighting corruption.”

Producer Manmohan sees it as an emotional moment when he showcased the film for villagers. Manmohan said, “This was the best premiere I could ever imagine for my film, showcasing it to the right audience. I experienced the audience watching, laughing, smiling, crying along with my film. I was thrilled to see Anna`s reactions watching my film. Two thousand villagers stood up and clapped and that was my reward.”

For Rumi Jafry, it was a proud moment when Anna watched his film. Rumy said, “I was sitting next to Anna and every gesture and expression was making me feel happy…when he was laughing, clapping…those were my best memories, and experiencing it live sitting along with him, it was a proud feeling.”

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