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Akhilesh's tweet was sent out the day after Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, met Suniel Shetty and Jackie Shroff on his two-day trip to Mumbai.
Akhilesh Yadav, the leader of the Samajwadi Party, blasted the Bharatiya Janata Party on Friday, accusing it of utilising movies to advance its political agenda.
"A form of amusement is the cinema. However, it has been a vehicle for the BJP to disseminate its political message. In addition to the topic, the film industry is being divided by the BJP-inspired sword of hatred. The BJP does not desire the movies to foster change and hope "The former chief minister of Uttar Pradesh tweeted.
Akhilesh's tweet was sent out the day after Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, met Suniel Shetty and Jackie Shroff on his two-day trip to Mumbai. The CM promoted UP as a location for movies. "We have elected two members of your film fraternity as MPs, and we are aware of the problems you face and the solutions that must be found." He was reported by PTI as stating that "cinema plays a critical role in uniting the community and upholding the unity and sovereignty of the country.
Akhilesh's remark is assumed to be in reference to the demonstrations against the Shah Rukh Khan movie "Pathaan," which has run into difficulty over the song "Besharam Rang," which also stars Deepika Padukone. Deepika's wearing of a saffron bikini has drawn criticism from several BJP leaders, including Madhya Pradesh's home minister Narottam Mishra and MLA Ram Kadam, who saw it as a disrespect to Hinduism.
If certain scenes were not "rectified," Mishra threatened to prevent the release of "Pathaan" in Madhya Pradesh. In the JNU case, he even charged Deepika with supporting the "tukde tukde" gang. In reality, Kadam had asked that the film's producer and director publicly address the concerns that seers had with the movie.
Bollywood movies have recently been under fire from the #BoycottBollywood movement. Actor Suniel Shetty asked Yogi Adityanath for advice on how to stop the tendency during their conversation yesterday.
"Boycott Bollywood is a trending hashtag that I wish to discuss. If you speak up about it, it will cease. We're working hard "Quoted by PTI.
"Seeing this stigma hurts me. The majority of the population, or 91%, are good. In order to remove this stigma, could Yogi ji take the initiative and speak with our prime minister "Added he.
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