Union Minister for Law & Justice Kiren Rijiju on Saturday launched the trailer of ‘Love in 90’s’, directed by Tapen Natam at National Media Centre here.
The movie is based on the Tagin community in Arunachal Pradesh. It is one of the major tribes in the frontier state.
The trailer was launched in presence of Tapen, and playback singer Mohit Chauhan. Bollywood megastar Salman Khan also shared a video message for the movie.
Speaking on the occasion, Director Tapen said, “This is the first trailer launch of Tagin movie in Delhi. This is a very proud moment for me,” said Director Tapen Natam.
Rijiju, who represents the Arunachal West parliamentary seat, said, “This is a humble beginning. The target is bigger. To present the culture and tradition in front of the people is a very big thing.”
“We have to take our culture forward through creativity. We have to be connected to our roots,” the Minister said.
Rijiju also informed that the movie movie is likely to be released in June.
“This is a milestone in the history of Arunachal Pradesh. Everyone should watch the film. I extend my warm wishes to the entire team of ‘Love in 90’s’,” Salman said in his video message.
Mohit said, “I wish all the best to the Director. I hope this movie will be watched across the globe.”
“This is an important step to preserve the culture. This is a milestone,” he said.
The singer also enthralled the gathering with his mesmerising performance.