Mohanlal’s blog supporting demonitisation invites wrath on social media

November 22, 2016, 2:44 pm
Mohanlal’s blog supporting demonitisation invites wrath on social media
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Mohanlal’s blog supporting demonitisation invites wrath on social media

Mohanlal’s blog supporting demonitisation invites wrath on social media

Mollywood superstar, Mohanlal has taken to Facebook, posting a video of his latest blog, saluting and supporting PM Narendra Modi’s move to curb corruption and black money flow in Indian economy.

On the hand written blog he mentions, demonetisation to be a ‘sincere surgical strike against corruption’.

Mohanlal starts his blog describing his shooting location, a remote village in Rajasthan, 500 kms away from Jaipur for his latest movie by Major Ravi. He heard about the currency invalidation during his shoot in the barren grounds.

He calls the demonetisation move “Surgical Strike” by a PM who has learnt well about the country and its people. He summarises PM’s speech on the night of 8 November and hits hardly on black money holders.

Mohanlal urges the people to forget about the present difficulties for a better future. According to him, corruption, rather than being an individual crime has ruined the entire Indian administrative system citing the example of bribing officers at most government offices.

Mohanlal openly agrees to stand with the PM on implementing the latest decision of the Centre. Shooing away the critical approach people have on the move, Mohanlal says that people are ready to stand in longs queues at liquor outlets, hospitals and theatres and questions why the citizens would not bear a little for a better India. If given a chance Mohanlal agrees to stand in queues for getting his personal needs done.

Mohanlal says he has been hit by the demonetisation professionaly and personally also adding that apart from being an Indian citizen, he had to think straight like a logical human to oversee the aftermath of such a sudden decision. He ends the video saluting the demonetisation move and saying ‘Jai Hind’.