Indian Woman Cricketer Watched Dear Comrade

Indian Woman Cricketer Watched Dear Comrade

The film 'Dear Comrade' hasn't impressed critics, but the film's way of dealing with the ongoing sexual harassment issues is very good. The story of a lady cricketer harassed by Chief Selector in order to give her a chance in the national team sounded true to the situation. And guess who is watching the movie now.

One of Indian super-talented cricketer and Women In Blue's captain, Mithali Raj, is now going to watch Vijay Devarakonda and Rashmika's Dear Comrade movie. United Kingdom's deputy high commissioner to Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, Andrew Fleming and this star cricketer are all set to watch 'Dear Comrade' movie along with some children.

Actually, Mithali is hosting this show for the underprivileged children and everyone is quite happy about it. Because children need to know about this sexual harassment stuff and how they should complain when the situation arises. Also, this particular screening makes Mithali talk about certain stuff and that in a way helps Dear Comrade promotions too.

Meanwhile, the film made 11.5+ cr worldwide share on the first day and might get into the 20 crore club very soon. The actual target for the film to achieve is 34+ crores share to make the distributors' investment safe.