PM Modi biopic becomes first film to hit theatres after lockdown restrictions open

PM Modi biopic becomes first film to hit theatres after lockdown restrictions open

Vivek Oberoi-starrer PM Narendra Modi, a biopic on the prime minister was re-released  in  theatres on October 15, while following all  the COVID-19-induced restrictions on cinema halls and multiplexes are lifted.

The poster for the movie  reads, “The first movie to release in theatres post lockdown, #BeginAgain.”
In the movie, which was first released on May 24 last year, Oberoi plays the titular role of PM Modi, essaying as many as nine different looks.

This is a first for the Saathiya actor who has played a real-life character.
The movie also stars Boman Irani, Manoj Joshi, Prashant Narayanan, Barkha Bisht, Rajendra Gupta and Zarina Wahab.
Produced by Sandip Singh, Anand Pandit and Suresh Oberoi, the biopic showcases PM Modi’s political journey.

Source: TOI

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Modi Returns – Congratulate and Wish Narendra Modi on the historic victory

Modi Returns – Congratulate and Wish Narendra Modi on the historic victory

QatarIndians.com team congratulates and Wish Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and also his team on the election victory. Look forward to greater success, peace, and prosperity under his leadership.

The 2019 election verdict came in stronger than the average of exit polls, with the NDA tally aggregating at 337 seats (as of 1630 hours IST), which resoundingly paved the way for Modi govt 2.0. After Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi, Narendra Modi is the only PM to return to power with full majority.Modi 2.0: Narendra Modi returns - Congratulate and Wish Narendra Modi on the victory

Modi 2.0 Highlights:

  • Modi 2.0 – The first prime minister to return to power winning a bigger vote share for the party and also only PM to return to power with full majority in the house of parliament (after Nehru and Indira Gandhi)
  • More than 41% of total votes polled for BJP
  • The BJP won 63 of the 65 seats in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Chhattisgarh where it had lost the Assembly elections to the Congress just six months ago
  • Nifty touched 12,000 and also Sensex reached 40,000 – Lifetime highs on Thursday

In his victory speech, Narendra Modi described the “historic” election as a victory of the people and also an event for the world to admire and applaud.

This is the biggest event in the democratic world. The import of this victory will be recognised across the globe. This was an election fought and won by the people of India. The sentiment of the people is a guarantee for the bright future of India. I congratulate all the victorious MPs, whichever party they belong to and whichever State they belong to. I congratulate the winners in the Assembly elections. The BJP is committed to the Constitution of India and federalism. I assure the winners in Assembly elections that the Centre is a party to the progress of their States,” said the PM, tearing up and choking at least thrice during his speech.

Modi also made a pledge, “I will not do anything with bad intent, I will not do anything for myself. Each second of my day, every particle of my body belongs to the country.

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Qatar FM briefs Indian leaders on Gulf crisis

Qatar FM briefs Indian leaders on Gulf crisis

His Highness the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani sent yesterday a written message to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, pertaining to the bilateral relations and means to develop them.

The message was delivered by HE the Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani during a meeting with Modi in New Delhi.

Earlier, the foreign minister held talks with India’s Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj.

They discussed bilateral relations and the means to enhance them as well as the latest developments in Palestine, Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan.

The foreign minister stressed Qatar’s commitment to counter terrorism, as well as to co-ordinating co-operation in international events.

He updated his Indian counterpart on the latest developments of the GCC crisis and the illegal measures taken against Qatar.

The minister also expressed his appreciation of India’s neutral position on the crisis, which calls for dialogue.
According to a statement issued by the External Affairs Ministry, the issue of Indian workers’ welfare came up for discussion during meeting between Sheikh Mohamed and Swaraj.

HE Sheikh Mohamed assured India about “the continued safety, welfare and well-being of the Indian community and briefed the Indian side about new labour laws in Qatar which favour expatriate workers,” ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said.

“During the meeting, the Qatari side welcomed the participation of Indian companies through project exports in Qatar’s infrastructure development, including for the ongoing FIFA 2022-related infrastructure, which was welcomed by the Indian side,” the statement said.

Sheikh Mohamed “was briefed about India’s position that peace and security in the Gulf are of paramount importance for the continued progress and prosperity of the region,” the statement added.

“Terrorism, violent extremism and religious intolerance pose grave threat not only to the regional stability but also to the global peace and order. India is of the view that parties should resolve their differences through a process of constructive dialogue and peaceful negotiations,” it added.

The foreign minister separately met with India’s National Security Adviser Ajit Doval, the statement said.

Source Credit: http://www.gulf-times.com

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