Nagpur, Oct 8 (UNI) Bollywood actor and former Union minister Shatrughan Sinha has expressed a desire to live in Nagpur, the second capital of Maharashtra.
Speaking at a function here last evening, Mr Sinha said he was moved by the love and affection showed by the people of the city.
''Please, therefore, find a good house for me here,'' he appealed to the guests present of the function, including Union Minister of State for Non-Conventional Energy Sources Vilas Muttemwar and BJP Maharashtra unit chief Nitin Gadkari. ''I want you to find a house for me, not a home,'' he quipped.
The BJP's star campaigner and MP was the chief guest at the prize distribution function of a contest for amateur photographers, organised by the local edition of a Hindi newspaper chain.
Mr Sinha said a photograph was worth more than a thousand words.
Photographs of the aftermath of Atomic explosions in Hiroshima and Nagasaki spoke volumes of the human tragedy there. Black and white photographs were more effective than colour prints, he added.