Film industry stalwarts inspired by Narendra Modi's views on entertainment industry

Updated: Dec 20, 2018, 20:07 IST | mid-day online desk | Mumbai

The fraternity members called for the development of Mumbai as the global entertainment capital, through various initiatives and proactive approaches

Ajay Devgn, Narendra Modi and Karan Johar
Ajay Devgn, Narendra Modi and Karan Johar

A delegation representing the Indian film and entertainment industry met PM Narendra Modi and pitched for lower and uniform rates of GST for the fraternity. Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn, Karan Johar, and Rakesh Roshan, Prasoon Joshi and Siddharth Roy Kapur were part of the delegation. The fraternity members called for the development of Mumbai as the global entertainment capital, through various initiatives and proactive approaches.

The team from the film fraternity expressed their strong support of the Prime Minister's vision for making India a five trillion dollar economy in the near future. They presented an overview of the vast growth potential of the media and entertainment industry in the country, mentioning the contributions the sector has been doing so far.

The Prime Minister observed that the Indian entertainment industry enjoys immense popularity across the world and it is one of the key elements of India's rising soft power status, across the globe. He assured the delegation that the Union Government is supportive of the media and entertainment industry, and would consider the suggestions in a positive manner. It was inspiring for the film industry stalwarts to hear the PM's views.

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