Bhojpuri filmstar and BJP MP Manoj Tiwary's movie Aurat Khilona Nahi will release in three states on Friday.
"My film 'Aurat Khilona Nahi' will be releasing simultaneously in Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar tomorrow," said Tiwary in Jamshedpur on Friday.
Tiwary, who campaigned in some Assembly constituencies in poll-bound Jharkhand, said the film, also directed by him, could not be released in the state because of the model code of conduct.
"The movie is based on crime against women and I am playing a top cop in the film," he said.
"Yes, it is true that I am not able to spend too much time on my film profession now, but it's all about maintaining a balance between film career and politics, which has given me an opportunity to learn more," he said.
"Politics is really difficult than reel life profession as you have to be accountable to people particularly about your commitments and promises," he said.
Referring to his future films, he said, "I have some dream projects based on martyrs such as Hameed and Albert Ekka. I'll be playing the lead role in Hameed based on the life of martyr Mir Abdul Hameed."
"Jharkhand has huge potential to develop as a centre of film city of the country," said Tiwary, who is also a member of a committee on tourism formed by the union government.