Deputy CM Keshab Prasad Maurya says – Uttar Pradesh is going to meet Big Film City from Mumbai


Inaugurating the office of the chairman of the Film Development Council on Sunday, Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Keshab Prasad Maurya said the state government was working hard on the proposed Film City and the state was going to get a big film city from Mumbai.

Inaugurating the office of the chairman of the Film Development Council on Sunday, Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Keshab Prasad Maurya said the state government was working hard on the proposed Film City and the state was going to get a big film city from Mumbai.

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  • Latest version:November 8, 2020, 11:10 pm IST

Lucknow. On Sunday, Uttar Pradesh (Uttar Pradesh) Deputy Chief Minister Keshab Prasad Maurya said the state government was working on the proposed film city with full efficiency and the state was going to get a bigger film city than Mumbai.

Inaugurating the office room of the chairman of the Film Development Council, Maurya said that by becoming a film city in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, artists in the state would get employment opportunities. The current government is working immediately on the new proposed Film City. This office of the Film Development Council is going to give North Bengal a big Film City from Mumbai.

He said that with the formation of the office of the Film Development Council, artists will get all kinds of information and artists interested in films will have the opportunity to showcase their talents.

State Law Minister Brijesh Pathak congratulated Raju Srivastava, chairman of the Film Development Council, and said that with the formation of the Film Development Council office, artists working in the state would have the opportunity to work smoothly.The government will try to provide all kinds of facilities: Raju
Council President Raju Srivastava said the government would try to attract film producers to work in the film industry in Uttar Pradesh and provide all kinds of opportunities.

Srivastava further said that the state has immense potential for tourism and as it is the largest state being a historical and picturesque place, filmmakers and film directors will have ease in shooting.

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