Madhur Bhandarkar to make a film on Narendra Modi

Madhur Bhandarkar is planning to make a biopic on the Indian politician, Narendra Modi.

Written by Screen Correspondent | Mumbai | Updated: May 31, 2014 1:57 pm
Madhur Bhandarkar to make a film on NaMo Madhur Bhandarkar to make a film on NaMo

Impressed by the life story of Narendra Modi from being a common man to scaling great heights, Madhur Bhandarkar is planning to make a biopic on the Indian politician and the designated Prime Minister of India. Apparently the film-maker has met the leader a few times and had even tweeted in support of Modi.

Attempts to contact Madhur for confirmation were in vain.

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    Durgesh Nandan
    May 31, 2014 at 12:05 pm
    BJP should respect mandate and also respect country’s Muslims, BJP kills 20000 Muslims in Gujarat, and Gujarat has 22,485 waqf properties, whose benefits are likely enjo by the state government, which was reluctant to provide detail information when sought through RTI. As per available information, Gujarat now has only 11,592 waqf properties. Where are the remaining nearly 11,000 properties gone?
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      Durgesh Nandan
      May 31, 2014 at 12:06 pm
      BJP should respect mandate and also respect country’s Muslims, Gujarat failed in implementing Prime Minister’s 15-point program. Minority students could not benefit from scholarship scheme. What could be worse than this?
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        Durgesh Nandan
        May 31, 2014 at 12:05 pm
        BJP should respect mandate and also respect country’s Muslims, Gujarat tops in keeping young Muslims behind bars as per Sachar report. Rajender Sachar himself told UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav that most of the Muslim youngsters behind bars in Gujarat are from Uttar Pradesh. A 2012 report from National Crime Record Bureau that shows 932 Muslims were convicted in 2012, which was 24% of total prisoners’ potion. In the same year, 151 Muslims were detained, which is 30% of jail potion.
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          Durgesh Nandan
          May 31, 2014 at 12:05 pm
          BJP should respect mandate and also respect country’s Muslims, Modi alone can answer this as he’s been ruling the state even before Sachar report was released. Whereas in Bihar, there were 2,548 waqf properties as per government records, slightly higher than 2,459 per Sachar report. And these properties are generating substantial revenue.
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            Durgesh Nandan
            May 31, 2014 at 12:06 pm
            BJP should respect mandate and also respect country’s Muslims, Modi should answer to his brother Prahlad Modi, who came out to express his discontent against irregularities of the state government in delivering basic food items to people. He said that large scale fraud in Gujarat is being carried out in the government’s fair price shops at the cost of the poor.
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              Durgesh Nandan
              May 31, 2014 at 12:06 pm
              BJP should respect mandate and also respect country’s Muslims, Modi talked about literacy in his speech. The condition of schools in his ‘vibrant Gujarat’ is not better than Kerala or any other Industrialist state. What’s being taught in school is a matter of intellectual political debate.
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                Durgesh Nandan
                May 31, 2014 at 12:05 pm
                BJP should respect mandate and also respect country’s Muslims, as per Sachar report only 5.4% Muslims are emplo in government services, while Bihar has robust 11.2%.
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                  Durgesh Nandan
                  May 31, 2014 at 12:05 pm
                  BJP should respect mandate and also respect country’s Muslims, the Sachar report shows that Muslims in Gujarat are just over SC/STs in terms of poverty, while they are far behind OBCs and Hindus. The New York Times editorial also pointed out that there’s no “big improvement” and poverty has “substantially declined” in 2011-2012 per newer available data.
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