Bengaluru: Taking time out from her official engagement, finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Wednesday watched Kannada blockbuster movie ‘Kantara’.
“With a team of volunteers and well-wishers watched #KantaraMovie in Bengaluru. Well made @shetty_rishab (writer/director/actor). The film captures the rich traditions of Tuluvanadu and Karavali,” the finance minister said in a tweet.
She watched the movie in a theatre at a mall here.
This low-budget action thriller showcases indigenous art form of Karnataka turning out to be a huge commercial success.
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In her earlier stint as defence minister, Sitharaman had watched the movie ‘Uri: The Surgical Strike’, along with a group of war veterans in 2019.