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Multiplexes in Tinsukia face public wrath on Kanchanjangha’s Release due to Assam Bandh

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Tinsukia: At a time when the cine-goers continued thronging cinema houses in the state during the release of much-awaited movie Kanchanjangha starring Zubeen Garg in the lead, there are reports surfacing from Tinsukia that multiplexes namely Galleria Cinemas at ATC Mall and Rang Garh cinema were remained closed in the morning hours today due to 12-hr Assam Bandh called by Bajrang Dal.

Later, due to the strong demands from the public, the authority of the cinema halls was left bound to open the gates.

It may be mentioned that Assam’s heartthrob Zubeen Garg with his cast and crew has been promoting his film in every nooks and corner of the state. Although the movie is released today, it is already receiving a massive response from the audience. It was one of the most anticipated films this year and has been in the news for a long time.

On the other hand, in Guwahati, several people thronged the theatres in numbers today to witness the movie along with friends and families.

About the movie ‘Kanchanjangha’

Kanchanjangha is a story of Anirban, an ambitious rebellious young guy who fight against the system and society. The plot of the movie Kanchanjangha will revolve the APSC scam which is allegedly happening in Assam for many years and strict action was taken against the accused in 2017. Movie is made under the banner of Eye-Creations, Directed by Zubeen Garg.

Earlier, Zubeen Garg mentioned that he will be releasing the movie on September 6, 2019 during the occasion of Bhupen Hazarika’s birthday on September 8.

It may also be mentioned that singing sensation Zubeen Garg did the same for his previous movie Mission China, which was released on September 8, 2017.

It may further be mentioned that Mission China was the highest grosser in the history of Assamese movie industry.

 

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