‘Artists should be respected,..’ CM Yogi on Boycott Bollywood Trend

"We are to unite, not divide and film city in UP will bring everyone together," said CM Yogi Adityanath

Zafeer  - Writer

Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, in an interview, shared his opinions on a number of topics. Including the popular Bollywood boycott trend and the impending film city in the large state. The Uttar Pradesh film city, according to Yogi Adityanath, will be “world-class.” The Chief Minister said during their conversation, “We are to unite, not divide and film city in UP will bring everyone together”.

CM Yogi: “You will see a world-class film city in UP, “

Yogi Adityanath said in reference to the prevalent cancel or boycott mentality. In Bollywood, performers and artists must be respected. It’s equally crucial for filmmakers to consider the opinions of the general public. Adityanath mentioned that he recently spoke with actors and directors in Mumbai. For the flagship film city initiative of CM Yogi. Yogi ji declared, “You are going to witness a world-class film city in UP.”


The declaration was made a few weeks after Yogi Adityanath visited Mumbai and met with Bollywood stars. That includes Suniel Shetty, Manoj Joshi, Kailash Kher, Sonu Nigam, Boney Kapoor, and Jackie Shroff among others. With the potential to offer incentives to filmmakers to travel to and shoot in UP.

Anurag Thakur’s take on the Boycott Bollywood situation

While Anurag Singh Thakur stated, “In India, we have the CBFC. The CBFC has a huge number of members, and a movie may only be released in theatres when it has received CBFC certification. Any objections to a particular movie should be expressed to us so that we can forward the CBFC’s consideration of those concerns as well.


Such statements, he said, “have a detrimental impact on a country like India, where, on the one hand, we announce that we want to strengthen our soft power and, on the other hand, our films are establishing an identity and getting prizes all over the world. Any issues should be brought up with the department (I&B), who will then speak with the producers and directors about them.

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