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PM Narendra Modi inaugurates National Museum Of Indian Cinema, responds to bollywood celebs

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the National Museum of Indian Cinema in Mumbai recently.

Modi inaugurates National Museum Of Indian Cinema

The event saw several bigwigs such as Manoj Kumar, Jeetendra, Randhir Kapoor, Aamir Khan, Prasoon Joshi, AR Rahman, Imtiaz Ali, Kangana Ranaut, Rohit Shetty and Karan Johar among others together under one roof.

 While addressing the film fraternity, Modi asked the film fraternity “How’s the josh?” and the audience applauded listening to this and replied by saying, “High sir.” This video soon went viral and celebrities even shared pictures from the event on social media.

While most captured the special moment of meeting the PMO with a selfie. And on Sunday, Prime Minister Modi took time out to reply to many bigwigs of Indian cinema, who took to Twitter to describe their experience of meeting the PM.

Modi inaugurates National Museum Of Indian Cinema

Expressing her happiness post the event, singer Asha Bhosle wrote: “With the PM of our beloved country and the President of my house. What a beautiful function today-the inauguration of India’s 1st museum of cinema spanning 100 years of Indian film making.”

Replying to her post, PM Modi Tweeted, “Asha Ji, thank you for gracing the programme with your presence. The entire nation looks up to you for your stupendous contribution to the film world.”

At the event, Modi talked about the importance of cinema in India and said that cinema and society are a reflection of each other and that both changes with time. He said, “The country is changing and finding its own solutions. If there are a million problems, there are also a billion solutions”.

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Talking about the issue of piracy, he said, ” A single-window system for obtaining permissions for film shoots and related matters are on the anvil”.



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