Demolition Monk: Yogi Jolts Bollywood, Plans Biggest Film City In Noida
In a massive development, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has given the biggest jolt to highly radicalised Bollywood with the announcement of building of India’s biggest film city in the state.
Before we talk about it, it is worth throwing light on Bollywood, which has become a hub for criminals, anti-India and anti-Hindu elements. The recent testimony to it, is actor Sushant Singh Rajput, who died under mysterious circumstances and imprisonment of his ex-girlfriend and actor Rhea Chakraborty for consumption and possession of drugs.
These two related cases highlight the close nexus between Bollywood and its infamous mafia.
The nexus finds its origination in the strict government regulations which had deprived the film industry of legal money. This forced filmmakers to find alternate financial channels to make films.
Often the money was sourced through those who ran criminal syndicates. Haji Mastan was the first underworld don to finance filmmakers. His legacy has been carried forward by Dawood Ibrahim and Chotta Shakeel gangs.
These dons did not stop at filmmaking alone, but ventured into film piracy, counterfeiting and distribution, to make quick bucks. Top Bollywood stars openly flaunt their connections with these dons by attending their lavish parties around the globe.
While Monica Bedi was rumoured to be married to Abu Salem, Twinkle Khanna to have attended parties hosted by Dawood Ibrahim along with Akshay Kumar.
Anil Kapoor has close proximity with Dawood Ibrahim and ISI agent Aneel Mussarat, the videos of which have gone viral amidst Sushant’s sordid episode. Salman Khan is connected to Dawood Ibrahim, Chota Shakeel and Guru Satam. In fact, he even knew the 1993 Mumbai blasts in advance.
These Bollywood links with the dreaded gangsters have proved deadly for them. Sushant and Rhea are the fresh examples. Sushant, it is believed, was a victim of the Dubai-Karachi gang through the drugs connection of Rhea and her brother Showik Chakraborty, who is now jailed for doing drugs.
In the past, the dons had targetted or killed some of the top Bollywood names. Film Director Rakesh Roshan, in 2001, narrowly escaped an assassination bid on him after he had refused to sell the overseas rights of his film Kaho Na Pyar Hai to a leading crime syndicate. His supari was ordered by Dawood Ibrahim in Dubai and planned in Pakistan.
The connections with the underworld saw film producer Nazim Rizvi and his assistant sentenced to six years in prison for extorting ng with the underworld to extort members of the film industry.
Sanjay Dutt was convicted of illegally possessing the firearms and charged of being complicit in the Mumbai terror attack in March 1993 masterminded by Dawood Ibrahim. The attack left 257 dead after a series of bomb blasts ripped across Mumbai city.
Shah Rukh Khan, in an interview, had admitted to receiving death threats after the release of his film Happy New Year. Preity Zinta also is rumoured to have met underworld don Ravi Pujari around Chori Chori Chupke Chupke’s release. She also had received threat calls from the underworld while shooting for the film.
THE result of radical Islamist dons pumping in illegal money was a huge spurt in films that glorified criminals and terrorists, and attacked tenets of Indian culture and made fun of Hindus and Hunduism.
Take for instance films like Raees, Daddy, Haseena : The Queen of Mumbai, Mission Kashmir, Fanaa, PK, Mulk and Shikara, among others. They glorified criminals and abused Indian culture and Sanatana Dharma.
Hardly any film is made on Indian heroes – be it Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Veer Savarkar, Sudhamurthy, Ratan Tata, Sunil Gavaskar, Lata Mangeshkar, Swami Vivekanand and Tukaram Omble, who had captured Ajmal Kasab, but also demolished the bizarre theory of RSS and right wing activists being behind 26/11.
Or be it Dadasaheb Phalke, the man who built richie-rich Bollywood, who himself led a hand-to-mouth existence. He made films by mortgaging his wife’s jewellery and insurance policies.
Dadasaheb took pride in making films based on Indian stories. though he was offered assignments by British filmmakers. He bought equipment, like a Williamson camera from England and decided to shoot the film in Mumbai.
Hopefully, things will change with Yogi’s plans to build the film city near Delhi.
He has directed state officials to search for land in or around Noida, Greater Noida, or Yamuna Expressway and prepare an action plan in this regard.
The film city hopes to provide better opportunities to filmmakers and also job opportunities to the youths from the state.
Above all, the film city should aim to demolish Indiaphobic, Hinduphobic and Druggie Bollywood run by a bunch of radicalised Islamists and Red brigade, so that the soul of Dadasaheb, who sold Indian stories, rests in peace above.
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