Gorakhpur: Gorakhpur-based BJP MP and film star Ravi Kishan said legal action would be taken against those who wrote and sang obscene songs. Actor-politician Gorakhpur MP Ravi Kishan will now raise the issue of obscenity in Bhojpuri films in Parliament and demand a separate censor board for Bhojpuri films.
Ravi Kishan wrote a letter to CM Yogi
Ravi Kishan said that he has already written a letter to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath regarding obscenity in Bhojpuri songs. He shared this information with the media in Ayodhya. He reached Ayodhya to play the role of Ramlila Bharat in Ayodhya.
The Bhojpuri language is one thousand years old
Speaking to the media a few days ago, the MP said, ‘Bhojpuri language is one thousand years old. Some people are ruining the image of Bhojpuri songs by adding obscenity. I am demanding strict laws against this and at the same time there should be a separate censor board for films in the state. At that time he said that he would talk to the Chief Minister for this. At the moment, he has written a letter to CM Yogi on the matter.
Gorakhpur will soon be the focal point of the photo shoot
He said that Gorakhpur would soon become the focal point of film shooting. They further say that no one knew Switzerland. People came to know about it through Yash Chopra’s film.
Film City will be made in UP
Ravi Kishan also expressed happiness over the announcement of making Chief Minister Adityanath a Film City in the state. He said that Gorakhpur would soon become the focal point of film shooting. He and the Chief Minister have seen this dream. Ravi Kishan also talked to the Chancellor of Gorakhpur University about setting up an acting and film making course at the university.