The Vaccine War Selected For Oscar Library: Vivek Agnihotri’s film ‘The Vaccine War’ was released in theaters on 5 October. It has been 8 days since the film was released but the film is not performing well at the box office. Even after a week the film has not even touched the Rs 10 crore mark. But meanwhile, the makers have got a big relief because the film has been selected for the ‘Academy Collections’ of the Oscar Library.
According to the report of Sacknilk, ‘The Vaccine War’ has collected only Rs 8.5 crore since its release. In such a situation, this is a matter of concern for the makers. Meanwhile, the film maker has received an email from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Library to include the script of the film. In such a situation, Vivek Agnihotri has expressed happiness over this achievement of the film through social media.
‘I am proud’- Vivek Agnihotri
Vivek Agnihotri has shared on his Instagram a screenshot of an email which he has received from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Library for the script of ‘The Vaccine War’. Along with this, Vivek wrote in the caption – ‘I am proud that the script of ‘The Vaccine War’, a true story, has been included and accepted in the ‘Academy Collection’ by the library of Oscar ORG. I am happy that for hundreds of years more and more serious people will read this great story of Indian superhero.
This is the story of ‘The Vaccine War’
Talking about the story of ‘The Vaccine War’, the film claims to show the struggle of Indian scientists to make the vaccine. The film pays tribute to the contribution of doctors and scientists during the Corona virus outbreak. Artists like Nana Patekar, Pallavi Joshi and Raima Sen have played important roles in ‘The Vaccine War’. The film may not have done well at the box office, but it has made the record of being the first Indian film to launch a song at Times Square.
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