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Screen Assamese film weekly: ULFA

The United Liberation Front of Asom has asked the state’s movie halls to screen at least one Assamese film in a week to revive the ailing sector seven years after it banned Hindi cinemas.

In a statement to the media on Sunday, ULFA chairman Abhijit Asom asked the hall owners to help the people enjoy at least for one week in each of the halls. ULFA’s reaction came a week after Shringkhol failed to pull huge crowd.

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