Begum Jaan declared tax-free in Jharkhand for promotion of state as film destination
Mumbai: Vidya Balan's upcoming film Begum Jaan has been declared tax-free in Jharkhand by Chief Minister Raghubar Das.
Since majority of the movies shooting took place in the state, the film set in the pre-Partition era has also been given the subsidy of Rs 2 crore for the promotion of Jharkhand as a suitable film destination.
Director Srijit Mukherji took to Twitter to share the news. "Delighted to announce that Begum Jaan has been declared tax free in Jharkhand and has also been given a subsidy of 2 cr under the Government Policy of Promotion of Jharkhand as a Film Destination," wrote Mukherji.
Delighted to announce that Begum Jaan has been declared tax free in Jharkhand and has also been given a subsidy... https://t.co/xQnWcVs7yc
— Srijit Mukherji (@srijitspeaketh) April 9, 2017
The co-producer of the movie, Mahesh Bhatt, too expressed his joy on social media and thanked Das for his immense support. Bhatt wrote, "Thank you Jharkhand! Thank you Raghubar Das Ji! Your support to our film Begum Jaan has made a great difference. Thank you! @dasraghubar."
— Mahesh Bhatt (@MaheshNBhatt) April 9, 2017
The film, also starring Naseeruddin Shah, Gauahar Khan and Pallavi Sharda, hits the screens on 14 April.
Published Date: Apr 10, 2017 12:17 PM | Updated Date: Apr 10, 2017 12:17 PM