"I always wanted to make a family film, and you can see this in my film as well, although it is about a prostitute who tries hard to survive. I did not use any abusive language and hot scenes in the film," Patil said in a statement.
The director wanted his debut film to be a complete family entertainer.
"My priority was to make a family film rather than a film for a particular age group. I can assure you that you can watch this film with your family," he said.
At a time when item numbers seem to be an essential feature of films today, "Rajjo" has none.
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