Bollywood’s young delegation over the moon after meeting PM Narendra Modi -
Bollywood’s young delegation over the moon after meeting PM Narendra Modi
Posted 11 Jan 2019 05:32 PM

Throwing light on the current situation in cinema, Bollywood contemporaries met with PM Narendra Modi in New Delhi. Stars including Varun Dhawan, Sidharth Malhotra, Karan Johar, Vicky Kaushal, Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Ekta Kapoor, Rohit Shetty, Ashwiny Iyer, Rajkummar Rao and more attended the meeting and had a 'powerful' conversating with Prime Minister.

Giving us a glimpse of their conversation, Karan Johar wrote, "Powerful and timely conversations can bring about change and this was one of what we hope will become a regular conversation. Meeting the Honorable Prime Minister @narendramodi today was an incredible opportunity. As a community, there is a huge interest to contribute to nation building. There is so much that we want to do. And can do and this dialogue was towards how and what ways we can do that. When the youngest country (in demography) joins hands with the largest movie industry in the world, we hope to be a force to reckon with. Together we would love to inspire and ignite positive changes to a transformative India. The film industry would also like to send a huge thanks for the GST reduction in movie ticket prices that was implemented recently!
Thank you so much for your time, Sir!"

Varun Dhawan wrote on Instagram as he shared a photo with PM Modi, "Was an honour to meet and interact with the honourable prime minister @narendramodi. Very grateful to him for the reduction of gst which will be a big boost to the economics of our film industry. He was very receptive about our concerns which was honestly very cool. Ps- I missed eye contact here cause I was taking facing #jaihind"

Besides this, the young Bollywood brigade's photos and videos made several rounds on social media as Ranbir and Alia were seen together holding hands, the stars promoting Vicky for Uri release and much more.

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