Presenting Uttar Pradesh as a film-friendly state, Chief Minister Yogi Adhyanath on Thursday invited prominent members of the entertainment industry to explore Uttar Pradesh as a filmmaking destination.
The Prime Minister interacted with members of Bollywood in Mumbai and said, “We have appointed two of your film fraternity members as MPs. Films play an important role in uniting societies and preserving the unity and sovereignty of nations.”
Adityanat, who is visiting Mumbai to facilitate an investor summit in Lucknow next month, said Uttar Pradesh is emerging as a film-friendly state, which has won the National Film Awards and the Indian International Film Festival. (IFFI) said it was recognized. ).
Aside from a safe environment, the northern states have good connectivity, he said.
The prime minister said that under the government’s film policy, web series will be given a 50% subsidy if filmed at UP. Likewise, he is given a 25% subsidy for the establishment of studios and film labs.
Producer Bonnie Kapoor, Gorakpur Lok Sabha MP and actor Ravi Kishen, Bhojpuri actor Dinesh Lal Nirhua, playback singer Sonu Nigam, Kailash Kah, actor Suniel Shetty, film Producers Chandraprakash Dwivedi, Madhur Bhandarkar and Rajkumar Santoshi attended the event. .
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