Anna Hazare has praised Rumi Jafry’s Gali Gali Mein Chor Hai too much after watching the movie in his village.
The movie slated for 3rd February release, was especially screened in Ralegan Siddhi for Anna Hazare. The entire main cast of the movie was there at the village to showcase their masterpiece to this great social leader.
When Anna saw the film he said that the film is intellectually and rationally made for the viewers. He liked the theme and plot of the movie also. Along with odd 2000 villagers Anna watched the film in presence of Akshaye Khanna, Shriya Saran, Mugdha Godse and Anu Kapoor.
The movie was shown on a special LED wall screen as there are no theaters in Ralegan. Anna not only greeted the film crew but also welcomed them open heartedly. He, after watching the film, appreciated the good work of the crew and congratulated them for the venture. Though he was not keeping good yet he watched the entire film very keenly.
Anna was quoted saying, “I loved the film and every one in India should watch this film. 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 corrupt free country. This Republic season every Indian should be corrupt free from within first and then work towards fighting corruption.”
Ask Rumy about the whole experience and a sequel in near future and he says, “We are seeking good response for the film if we succeed, and sequel is surely on cards.”
The producer of Gali Gali Chor Hai, Nitin Manmohan said, “This was the best Premier I could ever imagine for my film showcasing and screening to the right audience. I experienced the audience watching, laughing, smiling and crying along with my film. I was thrilled to see Anna’s reactions watching my film. 2000 villagers stood up and clapped and that was my reward.”
Not only Nitin, but Rumy was equally elated. He says, “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 experiencing it live sitting along with him. It was a proud feeling.”
And how can we forget Akshaye Khanna. When asked about his experience he said, “Corruption is not just confined to police department though we our chose as our main subject. We would love to explore in other departments too and bring in light the dark side through our sequel. Also, I would like to be a journalist rather than performing Ram or Hanuman, with due respect to these idols.”
We wish this movie a great success!