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Dogs bite in elevators, but not in movies!

Uttar Pradesh In the last two months, several incidents of dog attack have come to the fore. In Lucknow, a pet pitbull dog attacked his mistress and killed her. A pet dog attacked a child and injured him in the lift of an apartment in Ghaziabad. Both the incidents saddened dog-lovers across the country. Call it a coincidence that when these incidents came into the limelight, the film world sent a ‘gift’ to the dog-lovers. This gift came from Tollywood ie South Indian films, the name is ‘777 Charlie’. People liked actor Rakshit and his Labrador dog in the film. This film made on the beautiful relationship between human and animal is originally in Kannada. But its Hindi or other language version was also well received by the audience.

The relationship between humans and animals, especially dogs, has been seen in tandem with the lead roles of many films. Jackie Shroff From the movie ‘Teri Mehrabaniyan’ You must remember that dog. Rajkumar’s strong German Shepherd in the movie ‘Cid’ or else Tuffy, a cute little Pomeranian dog from ‘Hum Aapke Hain Koun’. These dogs of Hindi films do not bite anyone or those they know, but are seen having fun in their lap.

Not only dogs, elephants and horses also succeed in films
Film world pet Emotional relationship between animals and humans Have redeemed a lot. Watch Rajesh Khanna’s ‘Hathi Mere Saathi’ or Balraj Sahni and Nirupa Rai’s ‘Hira Moti’ which came many years before. Talk about ‘Dolphin Tale’ on the friendship of dolphins and humans or ‘Jai Chittor’, a film based on Maharana Pratap and his horse Chetak. The eyes of the film industry have never ignored the emotional connection between society and pets.

777 Charlie and the Dog Lovers
The Kannada film ‘777 Charlie’ was released three months ago on June 10, amid reports of a pet dog turning violent and attacking people nearby. The offbeat story and brilliant filming won the hearts of the audience. Along with the general audience777 Charlie‘ He also made many big celebrities his fans. The Chief Minister of Karnataka got emotional after seeing this film. Tears welled up from his eyes. This video went viral on social media. The story of this film is inspired from the story of Mahabharata. Seeing the praise of the film, Rakshit, the lead actor of ‘777 Charlie’, also announced that a part of its earnings will be given to an NGO working for pets and dogs.

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