It doesn’t matter what a political party did in the last five years; a common man can be brainwashed easily just before the election. Here I am talking about major masses of the population who is not intellectual and can be easily carried away with a disinformation campaign.
So the question before the flower party was, how to play a stroke that would give them triple 6 in one ball.
Here is what they did through this Film ‘The Tashkent Files’
1st Six – Crores were spent on the biopic film, and was ready to be released on 5th April, which was deliberately postponed to 12th April 2019, giving more time for the finger party activists to knock the gates of the court, along with a signature and letter campaign to stop the film release.
Eventually, the court bans the screening until the election ends.
While all the energy was applied for banning the hitman’s biopic, ‘The Tashkent Files’ movie was released below the nose of ‘finger party’, while their task forces were celebrating the success of banning.
The court banning assured the common man that there is a law, and things like these cannot be controlled by politicians for their benefits, especially during the elections.
This was the actual game by the flower party. It is very obvious that a common man is going to see it as an advertising and promotional material. So banning the biopic did not hurt the image of the system, the party and the hitman. Infact they wanted the finer party to take the initiative to ban the biopic.
2nd Six – Now comes the polarisation part, but with a twist. There is a saying in the marketing world. “You Don’t Have To Sell, But You Have To Sell”.
Instead of chest-thumping through the biopic, the party choose to focus on a real and larger than life hero that is our 2nd prime minister Shri. Lalbahadur Shastri Ji.
No this is not a disinformation campaign movie; this is real research put in the motion pictures format (Documentary Film) to educate the masses. To show them facts, with evidence, and the facts that were either hidden or manipulated for political benefits by the finger party.
It is not about what the flower party has done in the last five years; it is about what the finger party has damaged in so many decades in a very organised way.
3rd Six – Once the election is over, the film will be released, and then the masses are going to learn more about the hitman in detail, infact it will be a superhit, since the hitman is going to win the election undoubtedly, people are going to celebrate the win by watching the movie again and again.
This will be a return of the investment with more fan base.
I am not a fan of any party, but yes, I am a fan of an individual of works hard and honestly for the nation.
The word honestly might not go well with many of you’ll, but one has to do Shaam, Daam, Dand, Bhed to achieve something big for the masses, for the betterment of the nation.
Tolerance and patience of a common man is what the finger party has been manipulating from so many decades. But the hitman has been hitting them so hard that they are going to remember the pain for their life.
I request you all to watch the film, not for the hitman, but to learn, how the foreign agencies were undermining India, with their sponsored actors and publishers.
How they planted stories, how they infiltrated the system, how India became the Spy Disneyland during the 70s, and how they damaged our nation our progress and reducing the value of our currency. And most importantly how the finger party has betrayed our country.
A common man was systematically left in the dark who trusted law and order, the legal system.
The movie is a direct slap to the finger party in an indirect way focusing on their past and the manipulated history.
Karma always comes back haunting, no matter who you are, what you did, and where you come from.
I rate this film 5 out of 5.
Disclaimer: Please keep in mind this review is composed of solely my own opinions and should be taken with a grain of salt. This is for informative entertainment purpose only, representing my personal views. I do not own the images used in the review. No copyright infringement intended.