Sachin: A Billion Dreams', 'Hindi Medium' declared tax-free in Delhi

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The Delhi government has declared two movies -- "Sachin: A Billion Dreams", "Hindi Medium" -- tax-free
The Delhi government has declared two movies -- "Sachin: A Billion Dreams", "Hindi Medium" -- tax-free

New Delhi : The Delhi government has declared two movies -- "Sachin: A Billion Dreams", a docu-drama on Sachin Tendulkar, and actor Irrfan Khan starrer "Hindi Medium" -- tax-free, an official said on Thursday.

"The government gave the approval to make films 'Sachin: A Billion Dreams' and 'Hindi Medium' tax-free in the national capital. An order in this connection has also been released," the government official said.

Narrated by Sachin himself, "Sachin: A Billion Dreams" takes viewers on an inspirational journey and tells how a Mumbai boy went on to become the "God of Cricket". The movie was released on May 26.

Released on May 19, "Hindi Medium" story revolves around a couple who want to give their daughter the best education so that she becomes accepted by the elite.

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