Rajkumar Hirani's Sanju becomes first Bollywood film available to the visually impaired
Sanju has become the first Indian movie to be made available to the visually impaired.
Now, it has become the first Indian movie to be made available to the visually impaired audience, as reported by Mid-Day. They will be able to experience Sanju via audio description through the XL Cinema app. This special screening of Sanju will be held on 1 August at PVR Plaza in Connaught Place, Delhi, in the presence of Ministry of Social Justice and Employment and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.
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