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|March 8, 2001||
Special screening of CCCC for top cops
The top brass of Bombay police, including Crime Branch officials, viewed the controversial film, Chori Chori Chupke Chupke, at a special screening at Bombay's Eros Preview Theatre on March 7, at 1800 hours.
The screening was organised by the director duo Abbas-Mustan and Santosh Singh Jain, who is the court receiver appointed in the matter of the release of the film.
Reportedly, the duo wanted to show the police that while there may be doubts over the kind of finance used in making the movie, there was nothing objectionable in the film itself.
About the special screening, Santosh Singh Jain said, "We had promised to hold a special show for the police earlier. We are only fulfilling that promise."
Meanwhile, over 300 prints of the film (out of which, approximately 90 are for the Overseas territory) have already been delivered for the release on March 9.
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