Renowned American actor Michael Douglas expressed admiration for PM Narendra Modi’s contributions to film production and finance during his presence at the 54th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) held in Goa.
Speaking about the festival’s significance and acknowledging PM Modi’s leadership, Douglas stated, “The beauty of this festival lies in its global representation, with 78 countries participating, a testament to the strength of Indian cinema, renowned worldwide. You’re in very good hands, and it’s beginning to show.”
In addition to praising PM Modi, Douglas also commended Union Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Anurag Thakur, for his dedicated efforts. “Under Minister Anurag Thakur and Prime Minister Modi, we’ve seen increased investment in film production and financing in recent years, leading to a remarkably successful period,” he remarked during discussions with the media.
Highlighting the unifying power of cinema across diverse cultures, Douglas emphasized, “Movies transcend barriers of language, race, religion, and gender. They speak a universal language that brings audiences together, fostering greater understanding and connection worldwide.