Prime Minister Narendra Modi grabbed all the eyeballs as he asked Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers to refrain from making unnecessary remarks on irrelevant issues such as movies like movies, a message that comes amid controversies around Bollywood flicks. On the one hand various people are hailing Modi for giving a warning to his own people. Meanwhile on the other hand some people even now express their disappointment.
Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap has claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s warning comes late and now people are already out of control. He said, “If he had said this four years ago, it would have made a difference. Now, I don't think it'll make a difference. It was about controlling their own people. Things have gone out of hand now. I don't think anybody will listen to anyone,” He added, “When you stay silent, you empower prejudice and you empower hatred. It has now got so much empowered that it is a power in itself. The mob is out of control now."
Earlier In the BJP party meeting, PM had advised the leaders to avoid making statements on films. Narendra Modi said Ek Neta hai Jo Filmo Par Bayan Dete Rehte Hai. (There is a leader who keeps giving statements on films), his statements keep going on TV.rime Minister Narendra Modi's advice is being seen linked with Narrottam Mishra who recently slams Shah Rukh Khan's film 'Pathan'. After this various BJP leaders also raised questions about the color of actress Deepika Padukone's clothes in a song from the film. Modi is receiving praises from all over for giving warning to his own parties leaders.
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