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CM Prithviraj Chavan News

  • | August 6th, 2014

    Smita Talwalkar passes away at 59!

    Smita Talwalkar passes away at 59!

    The veteran Marathi actor passed away on Wednesday
    Veteran stage and screen actor Smita Talwalkar, who won acclaim in theater, film and television and became a notable figure in the Marathi film industry, passed away on Wednesday. She was 59. Click here to read more

  • | July 2nd, 2012

    Film city in Kolhapur soon: Maharashtra CM Prithviraj Chavan

    Film city in Kolhapur soon: Maharashtra CM Prithviraj Chavan

    Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan Wednesday stressed on adopting new technology and said that the state is trying to facilitate filmmakers with alternate locations for shoots. He felt regional media and filmmaking is creating a lot of excitement the state is, therefore, trying to create alternate locations for film shoots. “A film city in Kolhapur (in southern Maharashtra) will come with a lot of financial incentive to work in that city,” he said while speaking at inugural of the 13th edition of the three-day global convention FICCI-FRAMES.
    Talking about the use of technology, he said: “A huge employment opportunity has been created in a lot of areas in entertainment. We have to begun to use power of technology to educate our people via broadband, internet. Digitalisation will hence create a more equal society.”  “This will ensure that growth is not lopsided and inclusive, that that benefits go to each and every person living in the country,” he added.Click here to read more

  • | September 29th, 2011

    CM Prithviraj Chavan to Pak: Don’t ban Bollywood

    CM Prithviraj Chavan to Pak: Don’t ban Bollywood

    The neighbouring country’s film industry had recently called for a ban on Bollywood
    At a Lahore press conference held by the newly formed Central Convening Committee of the Pakistan film industry, prominent actors and filmmakers had called for a ban on Bollywood. The members of Lollywood, as Lahore’s film industry is known, accused the government of facilitating the release of Hindi films in screens across the country. This affected the local industry, as the films were not being watched, they argued. Click here to read more