Bollywood actor Aamir Khan has praised PM Narendra Modi fiercely. Praising PM Modi’s Mann Ki Baat program, Aamir said that through this medium he talks with the people of the country on important points. According to Aamir, PM Modi connects with the people of the country through this program and talks about their problems, as the leader of the country, his work is commendable.
Aamir said, ‘PM Modi showed how people can be shown the way through communication. They tell people what your point of view is. How to get people’s support in future. Such important things are talked about in Mann Ki Baat. This is a very historic program of the Prime Minister.
In fact, after assuming power in 2014, Prime Minister Modi had announced the ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program on radio. Through this, he talks to the people of the country on various topics and keeps his suggestions. Mann Ki Baat is going to complete 100 episodes on 30th April.
On this occasion a conclave was organized in Delhi where Aamir Khan was invited. Apart from Aamir, actress Raveena Tandon from the film industry also attended the event. In this program, 100 such people were invited, who have been mentioned by PM Modi in the ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program at one time or the other.
Even though Aamir Khan is praising PM Modi today, there was a time when he had openly opposed the government. At an event in 2015, Aamir spoke on the issue of intolerance. He said that looking at the atmosphere in the country, he thinks of leaving the country along with his family.
Aamir said that Kiran (Aamir’s ex-wife) is always in fear for the safety of her children. After this statement of Aamir, there was a lot of protest against him. His films had to go through Boycott. It has been 8 years since this statement of Aamir, but even today he has to face opposition for this. Although Aamir has also presented clarification for this statement many times.
The 100th episode of Mann Ki Baat will air on Sunday, 30 April. Prasar Bharati organized ‘Mann Ki Baat @ 100 Conclave’ on Wednesday to celebrate the 100th episode. Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar attended the conclave as the chief guest, while Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur was the guest of honour.