New film city will promote PM Narendra Modi’s ambitious mission of Aatmanirbhar Bharat: Ravi Kishan

Ravi Kishan, a BJP Lok Sabha MP from Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh stated that the new film city is a cumbersome project undertaken by Yogi Adityanath and it will indeed fulfil the requirements of the entire country.

Kishan, who has so far starred in more than 600 films in varied languages said, “This (the film city) will generate employment for 24 crore people of the state. The film city is proposed to be built over an area spreading 1,000 acres, which is very big as compared to the Mumbai film city which is spread over 500 acres.”

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He also led out that the intended infotainment city in Noida will be an element of pride for the people of India as a “world-class” facility is being built in the state. “India is the largest film producer in the world as it offers over 1,000 films in multiple languages every year. And for such a huge number of films, a new world-class film city in the Hindi heartland will help cater to the demands,” the BJP MP noted. He also said that the decision led by Yogi Adityanath is being appreciated by all.

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“The film city is being built for the entire country where even Marathi films will get a subsidy. In the proposed facility, a film in Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam, Bhojpuri, Tamil, and even serials and web series will be shot,” he said. The Bhojpuri actor said that whoever comes up with films or serials on Indian culture based on great stories should get the subsidy.

The BJP leader also pointed out that this new film city will promote Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious mission of Aatmanirbhar Bharat (self-reliant India). Kishan added, “the proposed film city will have the positive points of natural locations required for shooting movies or serials at a very short distance, with the proper road, rail, and air connectivity.”

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