Home Minister Amit Shah Watched Film Samrat Prithviraj: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday watched Akshay Kumar starrer ‘Emperor Prithviraj’ with his family as part of a special screening at Chanakya Film Hall. During this, he told his wife that let’s go spades.
Actually, the Home Minister started going out of the theater after watching the film, during which his wife Sonal Shah got confused as to which side he had to go, then Home Minister Shah himself showed the way to his wife and said that let’s go Hukum. Hearing this, everyone present in the theater including his wife smiled seeing this behavior of the Home Minister.
Home Minister Amit Shah came along with his family members, other Union Ministers, top officials of the Union Home Ministry and other guests to watch this film. After watching the film, praising its story, the Home Minister said that within the frame of dignity, what can be the freedom of women, what can be respect, what can be equal rights, I want to show you the cultural heights of it. Thank you very much.
#WATCH This film depicts Indian culture of respecting women & empowering women. A cultural awakening started in India in 2014, and it will again take India to the heights it was once at : Union Home Minister Amit Shah at a special screening of the film Samrat Prithviraj in Delhi pic.twitter.com/TmKZZDHYoa
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The Home Minister further said that Prithviraj is the story of a warrior who fought for every inch of land from Afghanistan to Delhi. This battle of 900-1000 years has not gone in vain. In 1947 we became independent and from 2014 we started the work of cultural renaissance in India. The Home Minister said that this cultural renaissance will take India to a new height.
During this, other guests including Union Minister Piyush Goyal, Anurag Thakur and Ashwini Vaishnav were also present. Sanjay Dutt, Sonu Sood also acted in this film. Also ‘Miss World 2017’ Manushi Chhillar made her Bollywood debut through this film. This film is going to release on Friday. The film depicts the valor of 12th century king Prithviraj Chauhan.