One of the most prestigious meetings of our film fraternity along with our honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi grabbed a lot of attention. Biggies from the film, TV and music industry were invited to attend the meet.
A lot of pictures and videos are doing the rounds on social media where celebs from our B-town are in all praise for Modi's initiative which was organised to talk about #ChangeWithin, an event launched to mark the 150th birth year of Mahatma Gandhi , and how the film fraternity can help popularise the teachings and philosophy of Gandhi through their projects.
Biggies like Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan, Rajkumar Hirani , Ekta Kapoor , Sonam Kapoor, Kangana Ranaut , Anand L Rai, Varun Sharma, Rakul Preet Singh, SP Balasubramanium, Sonu Nigam , Amit Khare , Ashwini Iyer Tiwari, Asit Modi, Jassie Gill, Boney Kapoor and others attended the meet and was obliged to be a part of the occasion.
Yesterday night, filmmaker Anand L Rai who was also a part of the meet took to his Twitter handle to share some more insights from the fraternity meet that was held. He shared a video featuring some unseen footages from the meet and also some of the behind the scenes stuff.
He captioned the video as, "Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change. Thank you @narendramodi ji for guiding us to d path of #ChangeWithin and our fraternity stands united & feels responsible in this journey of nation building. http://bit.ly/ChangeWithinEvent … @PMOIndia."
Watch video here:
Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change. Thank you @narendramodi ji for guiding us to d path of #ChangeWithin and our fraternity stands united & feels responsible in this journey of nation building. https://t.co/fATEtBKtSA @PMOIndia— AANAND L RAI (@aanandlrai) October 22, 2019
During the interaction, the PM said that as India celebrates its 75th Independence Day in 2022, the entertainment industry should showcase the inspiring stories of the country’s freedom struggle from 1857 to 1947 and the nation’s growth story from 1947 to 2022.