Shreyas Talpade's Film 'Kartam Bhugatam' Was Screened At Rashtrapati Bhavan, The Director Said This

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Soham P Shah directed film 'Kartam Bhugatam', which was released in theaters on May 17, is continuously in the news. Shreyas Talpade, Aksha Pardasani, Madhu and Vijay Raj are seen in it and it is a psychological thriller film, whose magic did not work much on the people. On the opening day it earned Rs 16 lakh and on the second day its earning increased slightly and stuck at Rs 24 lakh. Made with a budget of Rs 8 crore, this film could not earn even Rs 1 crore but it definitely got the jackpot. Let us tell you what it is. It is reported that the screening of this film of Shreyas Talpade and Vijay Raj was held at Rashtrapati Bhavan. Whereas only two days had passed since its release. On Sunday 19 May, it was shown to the officials of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting at Rashtrapati Bhavan. After which the director and actors expressed their heartfelt gratitude to him. Soham said, 'It is an honor for us that officials of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting have shown interest in watching 'Kartam Bhugatam'.

Director Soham Shah expressed gratitude

The film's director Soham said, 'It is a privilege to get the opportunity to share my work with such a distinguished audience.' Shreyas Talpade also said, 'I feel honored that our film is being shown at Rashtrapati Bhavan.' The film was screened at Rashtrapati Bhavan, Cultural Center and Film Division Auditorium, Mahadev Road.

The production house also said thanks

Gandhar Films and Studios Pvt Ltd said, 'This is an important opportunity for us. The performance of Kartam Bhugatam in front of the officials of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our entire team. Let us tell you that 'Kartam Bhugatam' means – 'As you do, so shall you suffer', the essence of the film is that as you do, so shall you suffer.

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