Bengal film industry protested against CAA, says- "We will not show..."

Jan 14 2020 04:30 PM
Bengal film industry protested against CAA, says-

Filmistan has also jumped in opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act. The voice of protest against this law is seen most in West Bengal. The film industry of West Bengal has also joined the protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act. CAA, NRC, and NPR have opposed many famous artists of West Bengal known as Tollywood. A video of these artists is also going viral on social media. Film celebrities are constantly sharing this video. In this video, West Bengal artists are saying that they will not show the paper.

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Artist Faiz Ahmad Faiz and other writers-poets are opposing the Citizenship Amendment Act regarding the creations. Those protesting include West Bengal veteran artist Savyasachi Mukherjee to actress Konkona Sen Sharma.

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This video has been made of 90 seconds. Starting with Sabyasachi Chakraborty's statement, Sabyasachi Chakraborty says in this video, "A king will come and go, but we will not show any paper, your oppression can continue. You will come and go." But we won't show any paper. " At the same, actress Swastika Mukherjee says, "Along with love in our heart there is the revolution, we will neither back down nor show paper." Apart from this, well-known actress Konkona Sen Sharma, who attacked the BJP, says, "You will not be saved by dividing the country on the basis of religion, you will not be shown the paper."

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