Veteran Gandhian Anna Hazare on The Kapil Sharma Show to promote his biopic, flick releases on October 14

September 25, 2016, 12:22 pm
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Gandhian Anna Hazare on The Kapil Sharma Show to promote his biopic, flick releases on October 14
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Gandhian Anna Hazare on The Kapil Sharma Show to promote his biopic, flick releases on October 14

Veteran Gandhian Anna Hazare on The Kapil Sharma Show to promote his biopic, flick releases on October 14

Social activist and veteran Gandhian Anna Hazare will be appearing on the famous The Kapil Sharma Show to promote a biopic on him.

The co-founder of Aam Aadmi Party, who make very rare appearance on television channels, shot the promotion for upcoming flick based on his social-political life on Friday. The awaited episode will be aired soon.

The movie “Anna: Kisan Baburao Hazare” directed by Shashank Udapurkar is a 130 minute long Hindi feature film and has been shot for over a year at locales in Hazare’s native village Ralegan-Siddhi in Ahmednagar (Maharashtra), Mumbai, New Delhi, Jammu & Kashmir, Ladakh and Rajasthan. The director cum script writer of the movie Shashank Udapurkar will be playing the lead character of Anna Hazare himself.

Rise Pictures Private Limited produces the movie. Bollywood actress Tanisha Mukherjee plays a character of Journalist who tries to document Hazare’s social-political life in the film.

The film, also starring Govind Namdeo, Sharat Saxena and Rajit Kapoor, hits the screens on October 14.

Attending an event to unveil the trailer of the movie Anna siad that artistes were beyond religion and country and there should be a difference between war and art.

Anna Hazare in The  Kapil Sharma Show promoting his biopic
Anna Hazare in The  Kapil Sharma Show promoting his biopic

“Artists are only artists irrespective of their religion and country. They inspire others. I think there should be a difference between war and art,” he said while answering to a question on the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena’s threat to Pakistani artistes working in India to return home within 48 hours.

We should not detest art. But if an artist is harming our country in some way, then definitely we won’t tolerate that
Anna Hazare

Condemning the recent killing of 18 Indian soldiers in a terrorist attack in Jammu and Kashmir’s Uri, Mr Hazare, who had seen action in the 1965 India-Pakistan war during his military service, said: “Being a neighbouring country, Pakistan should not do any harm to us. However, this is not the first time and repeatedly they are trying to damage our country.”

Kapil Sharma takes a selfie with the veteran Gandhian 
Kapil Sharma takes a selfie with the veteran Gandhian 

“If they don’t want to hear, I think it’s time to fight. Even I am 79, I am still ready to go to the border and fight,” he said.