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RBI clarifies that 1000 Rs limit for withdrawal from PMC bank was to save people from spending money on Marjaavan

27, Sep 2019 By Guest Patrakar

New Delhi. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has increased withdrawal limit for Punjab and Maharashtra Co-operative (PMC) Bank account holders to Rs 10,000 for the next six months. The move is expected to benefit over sixty percent of the bank’s customers.


Earlier the withdrawal limit for each account had been restricted to Rs 1,000 after the Mumbai-based PMC bank was found violating regulations. But RBI has clarified the reason due to which it had put a limit for withdrawal to just 1000 Rs. RBI has said that they wanted to prevent people from watching the movie Marjaavaan which will be released in November. And up to some extent, RBI was correct, given by the reaction to the trailer.

Overacting, clichéd dialogues, expressionless Siddharth Malhotra, and an 80s movie script, Marjaavan has every ingredient to bore the shit out of the audience.

RBI which takes CSR activity very seriously wanted to prevent PMC customers from watching the movie in the future. But they had to increase the withdrawal limit after protests from the customers. Makers of Marjaavan will definitely breathe a sigh of relief and hope for a decent collection after the release. Talking about the trailer though, dialogues are one a whole different level of intensity. For those with a mind for memes, the trailer is quite possibly a goldmine of sorts.