Kishore Tehbildar, director of ‘Pratishruti’, has no connection with ULFA-I

Pathshala: The film ‘Pratishruti’ based on drug addiction among the new generation in the society came out before its release and ULFA-I promoted the film through a press release.

ULFA (I) wants Assamese films against drug abuse to be shown in theaters in Assam instead of Hindi films.

According to reports, the banned insurgent group, ULFA (Independent) on Wednesday asked cinema hall owners in Assam to ban Hindi cinema for three to four weeks during the screening of Protishruti, a new Assamese cinema portraying the impact of drug abuse on the society. Asked to stop.

In a press release, “Captain” Rumel Asom, a member of the propaganda wing of the banned organisation, asked film owners to take steps to allow the screening of Assamese films for at least three to four weeks from May 24. The society and the young generation should watch the film keeping in mind the destructive impact of drugs on our lives and society,” the statement said.

The film’s director Kishore Tabilder said, “We have no connection with ULFA-I. But we appreciate their support for our film. I think being an Assamese he supports Assamese films. Earlier, he had also supported Assamese films.

He said, “The film is about drug abuse and how drugs ruin our society, which is harmful for the new generations.”

The film, scheduled to premiere on May 24, 2024, stars acclaimed actresses Pratisthan Parasor and Plabita Borthakur in the lead roles.

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