Anna Hazare support stretching up as Bollywood biggies joining movement. Dramatically the country has opened up the eyes to the ongoing Anna movement, and Bollywood biggies never left behind when it comes to shaking the hand with the good cause.
If Bollywood can pay a tribute in a Filmi way to Anna Hazare – The first one to come Mum Bhai, which is being shot at Jogeshwariâ€™s Kamalistan Studio. The film’s cast and crew recently cuts a whole day putting on the trademark Nehru cap, now made well recognised by anti-corruption Defender Anna Hazare. There were around 150 folks on the sets and they not done this for publicity, and yep, this is their way of paying homage to Annaâ€™s executions, accorinding to the Wilfred Lobo by sources, who is making the Sanjay Kapoor and Mahima Chaudhary in the film, taking up on the Mumbai underworld. Actress Mahima ha got something to say, If Anna Hazareâ€™s campaign wins and makes a change in the country even 10 per cent, itÂ will be the happiest person in the globe. Sources adds up sayoing that the crew even stopped shooting between mid day 1 pm and 2 pm and set a candle-light vigil for Anna while entire working was halted. ThisÂ new flick Mum Bhai also stars Raj Babbarâ€™s son Arya Babbar and shows off with how someone from the underworld goes on to help the policeâ€. On the other hand, It is the Return of the Gandhi Cap Into the Limelight as stars Shreyash Talpade and Celina Jaitley picks up the Gandhi caps and participate in a rally to support Anna Hazare at Azad Maidan in Mumbai.
Bollywood’s Big man Amitabh Bachchan took up the Twitter and tweets, @SrBachchan “No one wants corruption in society and governance. To protest peacefully our Constitutional right. The law of the land must prevail !” (sic), he tweeted.
“In a democracy, everyone has right to express his or her views. None of the countries across the world support corruption. If anyone wants to protest against corruption he has the right to do so. Everyone knows the law and order system of India. If one abides by it, then there is no problem,” Bachchan said.
But, Bollywood’s King Shahrukh Khan declines to air his views on the anti-corruption movement framed by Anna Hazare. When a journo asked him at the airport Thiruvananthapuram on Hazare’s campaign, he walked off with a smile on his face. Khan was in Kerala along with Mohanlal and hasÂ Â launched the logo for ‘Kollam Feast’, a tourism promotion campaign, at the Asramam Maidan at Kollam,Â Thiruvanatha puram.