PM Modi Inaugurates India’s first cinema museum : Brings Historical glimpse into 105-year Indian Cinema,calls films ‘silent power’


Yesterday on 19th January 2019, while inaugurating the first ever Cinema Museum in Mumbai said that films are a “silent power” that can quietly bring about major social changes. He added that films give shape to people’s hopes and aspirations and that in a new India “million problems have billion solutions.”

PM Modi made a special mention to films with social messages. He added that such films have the potential to catch pique popular imagination and that many filmmakers are already making a conscious effort in this direction.

He also assured government’s support to the film industry with a number of measures including a university for film and entertainment and amending piracy laws.

“How’s the josh?” the Prime Minister asked audience while he inaugurated the museum. “Films are identified with social changes. They help unite people who speak different languages. They help boost tourism and employment opportunities,” he said.

Aamir Khan, A R. Rahman, Parineeti Chopra, Divya Dutta, and many other film personalities were present at the inauguration. Maharashtra Governor CV Rao, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, union ministers Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore and Ramdas Athawale were also present at the event.


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