Rocketry Called “Another The Kashmir Files” By A Fan After R Madhavan Reacts To A Multiplex Delaying & Stopping The Show

Rocket was called “the other the Kashmir Files” by a fan after multiplex delays and the show was halted? (photo credit-poster)

R Madhavan’s much awaited film Rocketry: The Nambi Effect released two weeks back and is running successfully in theatres. As the actor-director is being praised for the film, a new Twitter user is calling it another Kashmir file. Scroll down to know more.

A Twitter user shared a video from a theater in Kolkata, in which a fan is seen arguing with the management to stop the show midway. In the video, a crowd gathered around an officer was seen complaining that they were waiting for 25-45 minutes but no announcement was made about the delay.

In the video clip, several film viewers were seen demanding immediate refund of their money. Sharing the video with the caption, the user wrote, ‘Why did INOX stop the show on its own during the movie #RocketryTheFilm? @ Actor Madhavan. ,

Take a look at the video below:

video went viral Twitter And many netizens shared their opinion on the issue. Here are some of the reactions of netizens:

R Madhavan also reacted to the video and wrote, “There must have been a real reason and reason. Please keep calm and show love to some people. Humble prayer. The show will be on soon. All love (rockets, folded hands and red heart emoji).

First superstar Rajinikanth praised Rocketry: The Nambi Effect and wrote a note on Twitter. “The film ‘Rocketry’ is a must-see film, especially for young people. In his directorial debut, Madhavan has proved that he is equal to the few directors. He narrated the sacrifices and sufferings of Padma Bhushan awardee Nambi Narayanan. Shown in the most realistic way. I thank and appreciate him for making a film like this,” Rajinikanth shared a note in Tamil Twitter,

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