In Madhya Pradesh, the film ‘Thappad’ has been exempted from tax. The film is scheduled to be released on February 28. State Chief Minister Kamal Nath has tweeted announcing that the film is tax-free. He wrote, “In Madhya Pradesh, the Hindi film ‘Thappad’ released from February 28, whose screenplay is based on a social message, is exempted from the State Goods and Services Tax (SGST).”
Referring to the script of the film, Kamal Nath said, “The script of this film based on gender discrimination, violence has shown prominently the change of a woman, the struggle for equal rights and self-respect.”
Directed by director Anubhav Sinha, ‘Thappad’ is a female-centric film. This film is against gender discrimination violence. Taapsee Pannu and Pavel Gulati play important roles in this film.
The film ‘Thappad’ has shown a serious issue like domestic violence, on the basis of which the focus is on divorce and many similar incidents. Simply put, it may be just a slap, but it is domestic violence. Kabir Singh was also being compared to the subject of this film. Taapsee’s reaction was also revealed on this.
Taapsee said, “It is not at all that we have made this film with ‘Kabir Singh’ in mind. I feel very sad when I hear people saying that ‘We have made this film to answer another film’. The story of the film was written before the release of ‘Kabir Singh’. I think the Thappad is just a trigger, but in the film, we have shown many things about the relationship. ”
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