Uri : BJP propaganda for 2019 poll
According to source back in 2014, One of news reporter Sheela Bhatt revealed how Narendra Damodardas Modi was changing the BJP campaign strategy for that year’s Lok Sabha election.
BJP knock downing all the revel with money and human resources power and also with deployment of mobile technology, adroit use of the Internet, masterful tactical planning. Narendra modi is the 1st PM in 30 year that win single party majority in Lok sabha.
After Watching movie Uri shows Modi big plan for 2019 Lok sabha Election
After watching movie Uri one of our source reveled the felling that Modi have added yet another tool to help him win the 2019 Lok sabha Election.
Whatever its makers may say,”Uri is a movie with the election in mind and it release just before weeks when Indians go to vote,” Source said.
The Accidental Prime Minister, which releases on the same day as Uri to ‘BJP Films Division’, where its makers satirize,Sonia and Rahul Gandhi. According our party source that are a good strategy to using movie industry for win 2019 Election polls.
BJP Member of Parliament Paresh Rawal takes the propaganda forward by playing National Security Advisor and, of course he does a brilliant job for his party.
Uri begins with an Indian Army convoy being attacked in Manipur and soldiers getting killed.
In Myanmar the army’s counterattack to has held lead by the Major Vihaan Singh Shergill (Vicky Kaushal).
Due to some personal regionShergill wants to resign from the army Soon after that successful military offensive and is given posting at army headquarters.
Vicky Kaushal and his co-actors make for great viewing in movie but one the wonders why actors playing Home Minister Rajnath Singh and then defense minister Manohar Parrikar spoil the thrill by BJP line. Is that any BJP plan for Lok sabha 2019 polls?
BJP leaders not taken centrestage peddling their agenda and Uri would have been a much better film.
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