Srijit Mukjerji's latest release Gumnaami is a huge success and the director is very happy. He is also announced the Hindi version release of the movie. Gumnaami will be releasing pan India on October 18.
But today national award winner director took Twitter handle and thanks all his fans, audiences for the success of Gumnaami. He penned down emotional message on Twitter.
He wrote, "Today we begin the shoot of #DwitiyoPurush and tomorrow #Gumnaami releases all over India in its Hindi dubbed version. Through hundreds of standing ovations and thousands of tearful eyes, #Gumnaami achieved what it set out to do - there has been a huge spike in interest level about the myserious disappearance of Netaji and the various theories around it, especially in the younger generation. There has been a renewed demand to revisit the findings of Mukherjee Commission. And there has been a clamouring for a sequel - once the Sahay Commission Report is out or there is more evidence supporting the Death in Russia theory.
Also, for the numerically minded, in just two weeks, #Gumnaami has collected around 4.25 cr NBOC and is well on its way to become both my highest grosser and the highest grosser this year. It has also notched up an average Critic's rating of 3.5/5 and an average Audience rating of 4.5/5. So finally I will like to thank everyone who supported me in this journey and this fight and made #Gumnaami this monumental success. And I will also like to thank everyone who opposed, criticised and fought it tooth and nail - some intelligently, some brainlessly, some logically, some suffering from delusional political binaries, some fairly and some with uncouth personal attack. Every action of yours strengthened my resolve in the mission. Made me ask myself, mentally paraphrasing Howard Roark, the question is not who is going to let me, it is who is going to stop me. Shubho Bijoya."
The movie which revolves around the three theories regarding the alleged death of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, is gaining an overwhelming response. The film is based on Gumnaami baba who was assumed to be the legendary freedom fighter Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. Baba led the life as Hindu saint in Faizabad in Uttar Pradesh in the 1970s or 80s. Netaji Bose died in a plane crash in 1945 which has been doubted by many.
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