Vishwa Hindu Parishad burnt posters outside cinema, 11 out of 15 shows housefull. Vishwa Hindu Parishad burnt posters outside cinema, 11 out of 15 shows housefull


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VHP workers burn a poster of the movie Pathan outside a cinema hall in Jhansi.

In Jhansi, despite the huge protest against the film Pathan, the cinema remained houseful. On the first day, on Wednesday, 15 shows were played in two cinemas of the metropolis. Out of this, 11 shows were housefull. The public has liked the film a lot.

In the morning, activists of Vishwa Hindu Parishad protested outside cinema halls by burning posters of the film Pathan, raising slogans. Also demanded the cinema owners not to play the film. The officials said that the sentiments of Hindus have been hurt because of the film.

shouted slogans

VHP workers submitted memorandum to SDM at Elite Crossroads.

VHP workers submitted memorandum to SDM at Elite Crossroads.

District President of Vishwa Hindu Parishad Prabhakar Awasthi told that on Wednesday morning the office gathered at Elite Crossroads. Slogans were raised outside Elite Cinema here. After this the workers reached outside the toy cinema. There the workers raised slogans and burnt the posters of the film Pathan. The cinema owners were urged not to play the film.

Warned to boycott the cinema if the film was played. Later submitted memorandum to SDM at Elite Crossroads. During this, VHP Bajrang Dal Provincial Co-Service Chief Rajendra Kushwaha, Department Dharmaprasar Chief Vinod Awasthi, Department Convenor Harish, Bajrang Dal District Convenor Mayank Jha, Co-Convenor Vikas Awasthi, Security Chief Mohit Rajput, Gau Raksha Chief Yashraj Singh etc. were present.

Tomorrow also 70 percent tickets sold

Chandra Prakash Srivastava, manager of Khinaula Cinema, told that 10 shows were run today. Except for two morning shows, 8 shows were houseful. On the other hand, Hemant Kumar, manager of Natraj Cinema, says that 5 shows were run today. Out of this, 3 shows were housefull. Both the managers say that about 70 percent of the tickets for tomorrow’s show have been sold.

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