Sangh is worried about Bollywood

October 06 2020

The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is desperate to introduce the cultural concept of nationalism in a new era. In the last four-five years, the Sangh leadership has raised a new desire to change the face of cinema and theater, by encouraging and igniting a new kind of nationalism. But for the past some time, after Sushant Singh Rajput’s untimely death, there has been a war between the central government and the cinema workers advocating liberal cinema and after the new appearance of Kangana Ranaut, the Hindi film industry is clearly divided in two camps over which the Sangh has expressed its concern. If sources are to be believed, a prominent RSS leader Krishna Gopal has spoken to PM Modi on this issue. The Sangh clearly believes that as Hindi grows and expands, the Sangh and BJP will also expand. The Sangh says that films are also made in Hindi with superstars of South, Bangla, Marathi, and other regional language cinema working in these Hindi movies, and with the release of such films, Hindi prevails over regionalism and provincialism and if the Hindi film industry is made weak then provincialism will raise its head. It is understood that the manner in which the NCB and other investigative agencies have expanded their investigation to big stars, there is a restlessness in the industry that the artists who have put their views aside from the government’s perspective, they are being targeted. The Sangh is engaged in an initiative to deny this prevalent concept.

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