Bihar Police screens Prem Ratan Dhan Payo to orphan kids; Read on to know why?

Salman Khan and Sonam Kapoor’s latest blockbuster ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’ has several reasons to celebrate. With the smashing box office numbers to the critical appreciation garnered by the film, Prem Ratan Dhan Payo is already in the race of being the biggest film of the year.

No wonder it was a special film, as the director Sooraj Barjatya associated with his ‘Prem’ aka Salman Khan after several years. He brought back his sanskari Prem who is overloaded with family values. Well, this special feature of Prem has not only added to the characters played by Salman Khan, but it has also been proved useful for Bihar police who initiated a drive to inculcate family values among the kids of Maoist-affected areas.

Approximately, 100 orphan kids were taken to a local theatre in Gaya to watch PRDP so that they can absorb some good family values from the film. The majority of kids who were made to watch this film had lost their parents in maoist attacks which is rampant in the densely-forested area. These kids are considered to be the soft targets of the ultra-extremists groups and in order to prevent these kids from taking up arms, Gaya Police officials took up this initiative. This initiative was called ‘Operation Vishwas.’

According to the reports, kids who travelled to the city for the first time were extremely happy to watch Salman Khan on a big screen in Prem Ratan Dhan Payo. The entire initiative was to build confidence amongst the younger lot and spread the importance of family values and education.