Artists of the Chhattisgarh film industry thanked Culture Minister Amarjeet Bhagat for the state Film Policy.

Artists of the Chhattisgarh film industry thanked Culture Minister Amarjeet Bhagat for the state Film Policy.

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Raipur. All the producers, directors and artists of the Chhattisgarh film industry met Culture Minister Amarjeet Bhagat. During this, everyone thanked him for the state film policy.

The President of Chhattisgarh Cine TV Producers Association Santosh Jain, Manoj Verma, President of Chhattisgarh Film Industries Association Yogesh Agarwal, Padmashree Anuj Sharma, Pushpendra Singh, Anumod Rajvaidya, Sunil Tiwari, Rocky Daswani, Amit Jain, Shekhar Chauhan, Shrimant, Devendra Pandey, including all the actors of Chhattisgarh film industry were present.

Everyone expressed their gratitude by congratulating Culture Minister Amarjeet Bhagat for the film policy 2021 formulated by the government. He also expressed his happiness on the priority given to the local artists of Chhattisgarh under this policy. They discussed various points with Culture Minister Amarjeet Bhagat and gave their suggestions.

Minister Amarjeet Bhagat said that “The objective of Chhattisgarh Film Policy is to make Chhattisgarh a film-friendly state, to develop Chhattisgarh as a central hub for film shooting. Along with providing opportunities to local artists,

The natural and cultural places of the state can get recognized at the national and international level through films. He said that the art and culture of Chhattisgarh are rich. There is no dearth of talented artists here. Local artists will be encouraged through the film policy.


Yogesh Agarwal and Padmashree Anuj Sharma, President, Chhattisgarh Film Industries, said that not only will the artists of the state get the benefit of the film policy made in the state, but every section associated with the unit will directly benefit from it.


Santosh Jain and Manoj Verma of the Chhattisgarh film industry told the Culture Minister that “Chhattisgarh films made in the state should get compulsory a minimum 90 days of exposure in all single screens and multiplexes. The government should also help to open cinema halls in rural areas so that the Chhattisgarh films can reach every village.