Laal Singh Chaddha Hit in International Markets earns more than Kashmir Files

A PIL (Public Interest Litigation) was filed against Aamir Khan's film Laal Singh chaddha in Kolkata for disturbing public peace.

Aamir Khan was being Honoured by SGPC.

Laal Singh Chaddha despite a low performance in the domestic markets running great in the international markets. It crossed films like Gangubai Kathiawadi and Kashmir Files to become the highest-grossing Hindi film in 2022. The Film is yet to release in big markets like China haven’t got any confirmation whether it got permission to release in China. There is a slight chance that the film can be turned into profits if they perform well in China. Aamir khan’s last film was Thugs Of Hindustan which flopped in China. But Aamir Khan films prove they can be a major hits in China like Dangal and Secret Superstar.

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PIL Filed Against Laal Singh Chaddha

A PIL (Public Interest Litigation) was filed against Aamir Khan’s film Laal Singh Chaddha in Kolkata for disturbing public peace. It seems to be there is no stopping trouble for Aamir khan as PIL filed against him demanding a complete ban of the film in West Bengal. It’s been more than one week since the film’s release. Film manage to earn around 70 Crore which is very less in comparison to the film Budget which is around 180 crore. Not only in Bengal films also facing backlash in Uttar Pradesh as Sanatan Rakshak Sena demand a complete ban. They said that Aamir khan didn’t respect Hindu God. Pk which was released in 2014 mocked Hindu God Shiva and hurt their religious feeling. Sanatan Rakshak Sena carried out a demonstration in front of the house of IP Vijaya mall in UP’s Bhelupur.

Though the film was facing difficulties in many parts of India still movie was appreciated in some areas. Aamir Khan was being Honored by SGPC.

Laal Singh Chaddha Touched Their Hearts, Says Amir Khan As SGPC Loved The Movie


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