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Bollywood stars call on Modi

11 January 2019

Rajkummar said it was an "insightful meeting", while "Uri" actor Vicky was "happy and honoured" to meet the PM and Sidharth wrote: "Thank you Narendra Modi sir for an enriching and insightful conversation". It's not a regular selfie but the one with the country's PM, Narendra Modi.

These Bollywood stars had called on the prime minister as part of their courtesy visit.

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Ranveer Singh shared his photo, hugging the prime minister on Instagram.

It's no surprise that Prime Minister Narendra Modi (C) remained the most searched newsmaker in India, and Radhul Gandhi (L) followed him at No.2.The former Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra made it to No. 3, thanks to his landmark verdicts on Triple Talaq and Article 377. They talked about the industry's importance in nation-building, a better society through entertainment. "I don't want to say too much, as the director is quite secretive that way". And can do and this dialogue was towards how and what ways we can do that. "Together we would love to inspire and ignite positive changes to a transformative India".

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Karan also shared another picture of himself with PM Modi and captioned it, "Thank you for meeting us today sir! We (the film industry) are going to be taken seriously by the government." he added. He wrote, "Was an honour to meet and interact with the honourable prime minister @narendramodi". He was very receptive about our concerns which was honestly very cool. Besides Karan Johar, Ekta Kapoor, director Ashwini Iyer Tiwari, and Rohit Shetty also presented the film industry.

After the 19 December meeting with PM drew flak on social media for not having any female representation on the panel, inclusion of names such as Alia and Bhumi is a step up.

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"It took me about 21 days to get an appointment with the PM for this historic meeting".