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Indira Gandhi’s Government wanted to make film on ‘Gandhi’ to promote Congress


These days the only name in everyone’s mind is “The Kashmir Files”, it has been almost two weeks since the release of the film and it is constantly touching the hearts of the audience, the film is based on a true incident and after watching it everyone is getting quite emotional and praising the director Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri.

The BJP government has also made the film The Kashmir Files tax free in many of its states including Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, and Haryana, as well as Karnataka,  Meanwhile senior journalist Srinivasan Jain has questioned the BJP government regarding this film.

Let us tell you that, senior journalist Srinivasan Jain Said” Genuine q: can anyone recall the last time the Indian state threw its entire weight in promoting a privately produced movie while using it to target its political opponents?

After this tweet by him it has also been revealed that Indira Gandhi’s government had given $ 10 million to British filmmaker Richard Attenborough to make the film ‘ Gandhi ‘, The purpose of which was to promote the Congress party only under the guise of the film ‘Gandhi’, this information has been received by popular Twitter user Vikrant.

He said in his tweet “1980 – PM Indira Gandhi financed ($7 Million) to Richard Attenborough for making the Movie Gandhi, The Script was especially vetted by I&B ministry, The idea was to capture Indian mind with Gandhism & glorify the role of Congress in freedom struggle, We are still paying for it..”

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