Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray would write a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the portrayal of Bollywood in a bad mild in the wake of current raids by the NCB which may have an effect on the livelihood of the individuals depending on that trade, NCP chief and minister Nawab Malik mentioned on Tuesday.
Speaking to reporters, Malik mentioned he had apprised the chief minister and state Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil about the present happenings.
“CM Thackeray knowledgeable me that he’s involved about the picture of the Hindi movie trade being portrayed in such a adverse means. He goes to write a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi concerning this. The drug haul circumstances have maligned the picture of the movie trade,” mentioned Malik.
The NCP spokesperson has levelled a string of allegations in opposition to Narcotics Control Bureau’s Mumbai zonal director Sameer Wankhede and the raids carried out by the federal anti-drug company, together with the one on a cruise ship off the Mumbai coast in which Bollywood celebrity Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan was arrested.
The chief minister’s considerations will not be about solely 3-4 actors in the trade. After Hollywood, Bollywood is the most important movie trade. It gives jobs and employment to lakhs of individuals. If the trade is portrayed in a bad mild, individuals may lose their livelihood. Hence the chief minister goes to write about it to PM Modi, Malik mentioned, including that the movie trade’s contribution to the nation’s GDP is round 3-4 per cent.
Responding to a question, Malik mentioned no dialogue was held throughout his conferences with the CM and Walse Patil about the caste certificates of Sameer Wankhede.
Malik had launched a purported delivery certificates of Wankhede and claimed that his father’s precise identify is Dawood Wankhede and never Dnyandev Wankhede, which he had dropped after changing to Islam.
Sameer Wankhede had denied all allegations.
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