Not a single Bollywood star participated in Modi's meeting
Not a single Bollywood star participated in Modi's meeting on controversial citizenship law
At a crucial meeting convened by the Indian government for a briefing on 'controversial citizenship law', any major Bollywood actor or actress refused to attend and harassed the government.
A former musician and union minister Piyush Goyal had called an important meeting in Mumbai on the instructions of Narendra Modi.
The news agency 'Reuters' reported that 25 Bollywood celebrities were invited to attend the most important meeting and were told that a lot of misinformation regarding 'controversial citizenship law' was spreading. Therefore, it is imperative for them to attend a government meeting for accurate information.
The report said that the aforementioned meeting was to be held at a private hotel in Mumbai on the night of January 5, with the possibility of several persons attending.
But now Indian TV 'NDTV' reported in its report that no prominent Bollywood personality attended the meeting of the government.
According to TV, Bollywood personalities were invited to a meeting on 'controversial citizenship law', which appears in demonstrations against the controversial law.
The report said that no big and famous Bollywood actor or actress attended the government meeting, but few acquaintances participated in the program.
According to the report, musicians Annu Malik, singers Shaan, Kailash Kheer and Urvashi Rautela attended the government meeting, as well as T-Series owners Bushan Kumar, filmmakers Riteish Sidhwani, Ranveer Shore, Kunal Kohli and Ramesh Taurani.
It was thought that other prominent figures including Javed Akhtar, Vikas Kishal, Ayushman Khurana, Ravina Tandon, Boney Kapoor, Kangna Ranaut and Madhur Bhandarkar were expected to attend the meeting, but none of them participated in the meeting.
The resort also reported that actress Richa Chadha and filmmaker Kabir Khan, who appeared in controversial citizenship law protests, were also invited to attend the meeting, but did not consider it a good idea to go to the meeting.
According to NDTV, Swara Bhaskar, filmmakers Anurag Kashyap, Sushant Singh and Nikhil Advani, who participated in the protests on the controversial citizenship law, were not invited to attend the government meeting.
Despite being invited to the government meeting, Bollywood personalities are not considered to be attending, saying that the Bollywood industry is also against the controversial citizenship law created by the government.
Where Bollywood personalities have sent a message of displeasure to the government by not attending the government meeting, Bollywood personalities have been protesting against the controversial citizenship law on social media till now, while Swara Bhaskar, Richa Chadda and Sushant. Actors like Singh have also been involved in the protests.
The controversial law was made by the Indian government in early December last month after the controversial bill was passed by the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, the Indian president signed it on December 12, after which the bill became law.
Under the aforementioned controversial law, all persons migrating to India from December 31, 2014 to Pakistan, Afghanistan or Bangladesh belonging to 6 religions will be granted Indian citizenship.
Not only the 22 million Muslims of India but also Hindus, Christians and Sikhs are protesting against the citizenship of citizens of other religions other than the Muslims in the aforesaid law.