Akshay Kumar: ‘Things need to be changed’ Akshay Kumar spoke on PM Modi`s statement

Akshay Kumar welcomed PM Modi's statement during the trailer launch of his film 'Selfie'. The entertainment industry can breathe more freely.

Raushan Kumar
Raushan Kumar

On the ongoing Boycott trend regarding films in Bollywood, PM Modi had recently advised his party workers and leaders to avoid making unnecessary statements on films. Since then, many Bollywood celebrities have given their reactions on PM Narendra Modi’s statement. Now Akshay Kumar has also spoken on PM Modi’s statement. In fact, during the trailer launch of his film ‘Selfie’ on Sunday, Akshay Kumar welcomed PM Modi’s statement. He said that now the entertainment industry can breathe more freely.

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Akshay Kumar spoke on Modi`s statement

Akshay Kumar said that now the entertainment industry can breathe by being more independent. Positivity is always welcome and especially when our Prime Minister is saying something, because I think. That he is the biggest influential person in India. He is saying something and if things change then it will be great for the entertainment industry. This should be changed. Things must change, because we suffer a lot.

Films are made with a lot of hard work

Akshay Kumar said that films are made with a lot of hard work. We make movies. taken to the censor board. After getting it passed from there, after doing everything, then one or the other says one thing or the other. Then, • a mess ensues. Actually, these days Bollywood’s King Shahrukh Khan’s film ‘Pathan’ is being boycotted. Posters of this film have also been burnt at many places. Deepika Padukone’s ‘saffron bikini’ in the song ‘Besharam Rang’ from the film ‘Pathan’ has created a ruckus.

In fact, on the second day in the National Executive meeting in Delhi, PM Narendra Modi had advised the leaders and workers of the party without naming any leader that unnecessary comments on films should be avoided. It is better to avoid such issues as much as possible. Such comments on films put the development agenda on the backburner.

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