Abhinetri to Release on January 30

The makers of the film plan to seek tax-free status based on its message and content

Published: 07th January 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 07th January 2015 12:45 AM   |  A+A-


All is well that ends well. Abhinetri produced by leading lady Pooja Gandhi and directed by Satish Pradhan, after having  crossed many hurdles, will finally see a release. Pooja Gandhi has confirmed that the film will be out in  theatres on January 30. To top it all, Abhinetri may be exempted from the entertainment tax. “It is an original film with a social message and I am happy that the state has considered it for tax exemption. I have applied for this certificate on the basis of the content and I hope that the film will seek a tax-free status,” she says. Now that things are falling into place for the actress, she is all geared to promote her film with gusto. “I am right now at the top of the world and I have learnt a lot through its making. Abhinetri has made me grow as a person and realise that production is not everyone’s cup of tea. Competing in this male-dominated industry, I am glad that I could stand out with my production,” says Pooja, who is thankful to the film chamber and a few  other people who helped her in making this film.

“Abhinetri is a film about a yesteryear actress and I have done the dubbing in my voice. I also plan to dub the film in as many languages as I can because this is a universal concept. Finally, the team’s hard work and efforts seem to have paid off,” she says.


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