The bunch included Alia Bhatt, Ranbir Kapoor, Ranveer Singh, Ayushmann Khurrana, Bhumi Pednekar, Rajkummar Rao, Vicky Kaushal, Sidharth Malhotra, Varun Dhawan, and filmmakers Ekta Kapoor, Karan Johar, Ashwiny Iyer and Rohit Shetty.
The delegation clicks a selfie at the airport. The meeting was held to talk about how the industry has always played an important role in building a better nation, a better society through entertainment. This dialogue was towards how and in what ways we can do that...
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"Jaadoo ki Jhappi! Joy to meet the Honourable Prime Minister of our great nation", tweeted the 'Padmaavat' star. When the youngest country (in demography) joins hands with the largest movie industry in the world, we hope to be a force to reckon with.More news: Aaron Ramsey transfer latest: Juventus preferred, Barcelona dream, Liverpool deal option
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"Together we would love to inspire and ignite positive changes to a transformative India", Karan wrote on Instagram alongside a squad selfie with Modi.
Karan also shared another picture of himself with PM Modi and captioned it, "Thank you for meeting us today sir!" As Alia and Ranbir were making their way to the vehicle, excited fans surrounded them making it hard for them to pass through. I am surprised that this meeting didn't happen earlier.
They also discussed various issues concerning the film industry. We will be interacting extensively with the government, and there is no stopping for us. "We (the film industry) are going to be taken seriously by the government". Maybe this was the first time when all the actors came together for a cause to the film industry.