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Karan Johar Pens A Note For PM Modi; HERE’S WHY

On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, Karan Johar revealed that the film fraternity has special plans to celebrate 75 years of independence. Karan said that the industry will make ‘inspiring content about valour, values & the culture of India’.

In a tweet which was addressed to Our Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Karan Johar wrote,

Honourable PM @narendramodi ji…we are humbled & honoured to curate stories of our great nation whilst we celebrate 75 years of India’s independence #RajkumarHirani @aanandlrai @ektarkapoor #SajidNadiadwala @itsrohitshetty #DineshVijan #ChangeWithin #IndianFilmFraternity #PMOIndia.”

In the tweet that accompanied it, he wrote

Celebrating 75 years of Independence by joining hands with ‘Change Within’, an initiative by film fraternity, to make inspiring content about valour, values and the culture of India. It is our stories that make us who we are, and every corner of our country has an empowering tale to tell Last year we made a special film on the 150th birth year of Mahatma Gandhi, directed by Rajkumar Hirani. Followed by various meaningful initiatives, we have come together to celebrate the spirit of the freedom movement.”

Karan called PM Modi their & guide and wrote

As we embark on this journey, it witnesses a fresh beginning of the grand era of storytelling to cherish the soul of the idea called ‘India’. Drawing inspiration from our Honorable Prime Minister from whom we also seek sustained guidance, we the members of the film fraternity are privileged to announce our plan to celebrate the 75th year of Independence.

Other than the initiative in collaboration with Change Within, Johar has another project in the pipeline where he will be authoring a picture book for children titled The Big Thoughts of Little Luv. let us tell you that this has been inspired by his experience of being a father to twins Yash & Roohi.

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