Chopra wanted to show the film to Modi before the film's April 10 release which could not be fixed. Modi, however, sent a message to Chopra thanking him for his invitation and wishing the film well, the filmmaker's spokesperson said.
Besides directing and producing the film, Chopra, 62, has also co-written it with Abhijat Joshi. Set in the shadows of US-Mexico border gang wars, 'Broken Horses' is a thriller about bonds of brotherhood, laws of loyalty and futility of violence.
Made on a budget of $20 million and backed by Anil Ambani-owned Reliance Entertainment, mystery thriller Broken Horses stars actors like Maria Valverde, Thomas Jane, Anton Yelchin, Chris Marquette and Vincent D'Onofrio.
Chopra even worked with an American crew -- and there's no denying that he faced the prejudices an Indian filmmaker is likely to in the western world.
He says, "There are Hollywood studios which are interested in talking to me after this movie. I will talk to them, and let us see... If there is another mountain to climb, I will climb it."