Fans got angry with Vineet Kumar of Rangbaaz, know what is the matter

Vineet Kumar Singh is one such actor who has made a place in the industry on the basis of his strong acting. Recently, Ho Vineet’s film Siya was released, this film is made on an issue which no one wants to talk about soon. His film was also well received by the critics. Pooja Pandey […]
 


Vineet Kumar Singh is one such actor who has made a place in the industry on the basis of his strong acting. Recently, Ho Vineet’s film Siya was released, this film is made on an issue which no one wants to talk about soon. His film was also well received by the critics. Pooja Pandey was seen opposite Vineet Kumar Singh in this film directed by Manish Mundra.

At the time of the release of the film, Vineet shared the release date of the film on his social media and appealed to his fans to definitely watch the film Siya. With mouth publicity, the film is reaching the village Khede, and the screening of this film has not been done in small towns like Gorakhpur and Pratapgarh. Upset by this, many of his fans expressed their displeasure over this matter. Angered by this, Vineet shared a video on his social media supporting his fans.
Recently, Vineet Kumar Singh has shared a video on his social media which is making a splash on the internet. To this the actor said, “Before making this video, I was thinking whether I should do it or not. But I believe it is important to speak my heart. You all gave me Mukkabaaz, Gangs of Wasseypur, Ugly, Saand. ki aankh, gunjan saxena and my recently released series rangbaaz and today my film siya released and i am worried as i have been informed at gorakhpur, pratapgarh (where the film is shot), banaras and many other places Did that the film is not even in a single screen. I am an actor. I understand the script, I understand the characters, but I do not understand the distribution, but I know that if you, the audience, go and watch the film, So it will grow. It is you who can take the film forward, it is in the hands of the audience. When I signed the film, I thought it was an important and important film for our times. Now I leave it to you. “