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At the centenary episode of “Mann Ki Baat,” Rohit Shetty, Shahid Kapoor, and Madhuri Dixit all applaud PM Modi’s initiative

Mann Ki Baat

Mann Ki Baat

The 100th edition of PM Modi’s “Mann Ki Baat” was screened at Raj Bhavan, Mumbai on Sunday, and several Bollywood stars, including Madhuri Dixit, Shahid Kapoor, and Rohit Shetty, were in attendance.
Actress Madhuri Dixit spoke at the event, and she stated, “He (PM Modi) is taking out time to understand the difficulties of the people. This is incredible. He’s trying to get the word out about the amazing job being done by folks in rural areas, where it’s sometimes overlooked. Amazingly, he is bringing such persons to the attention of the general public, and consequently, they are receiving worldwide acclaim. I have no doubt that it will serve as an inspiration to many youths.
Shahid Kapoor, an actor, has remarked that he believes it is a hallmark of a great leader that Modi ji wanted to keep connected with the people. Great monarchs and prime ministers alike have always maintained close ties to their subjects. There is no greater bond than the one formed through the sharing and receiving of ideas through verbal communication. I counted myself really fortunate to have been invited. It’s an honour to participate.
Filmmaker Rohit Shetty stated, “If one leader can teach us the proper road, then there is nothing we couldn’t do. As I watched, the thought crossed my mind, “How fortunate we are to have such an inspiring leader whom people listen to, from whom they draw inspiration.
Sunday was the 100th edition of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s radio show ‘Mann Ki Baat,’ and in his speech to the country, Modi remarked that his show is the “Mann Ki Baat” of millions of Indians and an outlet for their feelings.
The Prime Minister claimed to have been “swept away by emotions” after reading the thousands of letters and messages he got from the people. He complimented the people of the country on the 100th edition of his monthly radio show, which he has been hosting since October 3, 2014.
We’re celebrating the 100th edition of Mann Ki Baat today. I have received countless letters and messages. Over time, I’ve made an effort to read a growing number of them. On multiple occasions, I felt overwhelmed with emotion as I read your letters, but I managed to keep it together. You’ve congratulated me on Mann Ki Baat’s 100th episode, but the real winners here are the listeners and fellow citizens. PM Modi remarked that his weekly address, dubbed “Mann Ki Baat,” reflected the sentiments of millions of Indians.

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