In the wake of the upcoming West Bengal Assembly elections, rallies of political parties are going on loudly. Meanwhile, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar also visited West Bengal, where he met veteran actors of Bengali cinema including Paoli Dam, Rituparna Sengupta, Abir Chatterjee. On Monday, a program was organized under the aegis of National Film Development Corporation in Kolkata. At the event, the Union Minister announced that like the Dadasaheb Phalke Award, the Modi government is going to start the Satyajit Ray Award.
The Bharatiya Janata Party is doing everything possible to win elections in Bengal. In such a case, it cannot happen if the Bengali film industry is not lured by any political party. Recently Bengali actor Yash Dasgupta has joined BJP. In such a situation, considering the program to be held on Monday, it is being speculated that the BJP is trying to bring other actors in its court. When and what will happen in Bengal politics, it is not possible to say. It has become common for Bengali film actors to be part of political parties.
Even when the general elections were held in the country, there were reports of many artists joining the BJP and Trinamool Congress. Political parties have garnered a large number of votes due to eminent personalities. Now political parties are also taking steps in this direction in the assembly elections. Babul Supriyo and Hiran Chatterjee were also present at the event, who were associated with the film industry as well as BJP leaders. Apart from these, Kanchan Mitra was also present in this event, who is a well-known face of BJP.
Some time ago, it was reported that actor Prosenjit Chatterjee had also joined the BJP, but made it clear in a statement that he was not part of any political party. Let us know that Prosenjit is the son of well-known actor Biswajit Chatterjee. Biswajit was also present at the event, but Prosenjit was missing from the event.