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Bhubaneswar: A special short film Chalo Jeete Hain narrating the childhood of Hon’ble prime minister of India Shri Narendra Modi was screening at SoA University, Campus 2 at Bhubaneswar today.
His excellency Hon’ble Governor of Odisha Professor Ganeshi Lal attended as the chief guest of the occasion while Hon’ble Union Minister for Petroleum & Natural Gas, Skill Development & Entrepreneurship Shri Dharmendra Pradhan was present as the guest of honour.
In his insight into this premier show Prof. Lal narrated that Hon’ble prime minister of India Shri Narendra Modi is a living emblem for the society who is giving much more respect to mother India. After reviewing the movie Hon’ble Union minister for petroleum & Natural Gas, Skill Development & Entrepreneurship Shri Dharmendra Pradhan told that such type of movie will give mentorship to the youths that how a question clinched as Hum Kiske Liye Jete Hain coming in the minds of a 12 year child changed the scenario of the society. Further he stated that I am feeling very proud to be a main carrier of LPG connections to poor households which was assigned by the PM.
During this ceremony the child actor and co-actors of this movie were felicitated by the chaired guests.
The film, titled ‘Chalo Jeete Hain’, has been directed by Marathi filmaker Magnesh Hadawale and produced by Mahaveer Jain and Bhushan Kumar which has been released since July 29, 2018.
The 32-minute film is about a boy, called Narendra or Naru, in post-independence Vadnagar. It narrates the story of the boy who gets impressed by the words of Swami Vivekananda that “Wahi jeete hain jo doosron ke liye jeete hain(those live who wish to serve others).” The boy, the film suggested, was destined to serve the nation.
The movie was screened at Rashtrapati Bhavan on July 24, where President Ram Nath Kovind watched it along with Union Ministers Piyush Goyal, Dharmendra Pradhan, Mahesh Sharma, MJ Akbar, Rajyavardhan Rathore.
The film “captures some aspects of the Prime Minister’s childhood indirectly. It does send across a powerful, emotional message within that short span of time”. The film also showcases references to freedom fighters Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev as those who lived for others, said the source.