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"How's the josh?," asks PM Modi at the inauguration National Museum of Indian Cinema

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Mumbai, Jan 19: In a message which gives respite to filmmakers, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the government is taking steps to make amendments in the Cinematograph Act 1952.

PM Modi while speaking at the inauguration National Museum of Indian Cinema in Mumbai, said, "In order to curb piracy, the government is taking steps to make amendments in the Cinematograph Act 1952."

Prime Minister Narendra Modi. File photo

At the outset, PM Modi asked the audience "How's the josh?" which is a dialogue from Bollywood flick 'Uri'- based on surgical strike across the border.

M Modi asks "How's the josh?" at the inauguration of National Museum of Indian Cinema in Mumbai.

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"Film and society are a reflection of each other. We have watched movies on India's poverty and helplessness, but now we have films where if there is a problem, there is a solution too, " said PM Modi.

I&B Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, Central Board of Film Certification chief Prasoon Joshi at the inauguration of National Museum of Indian Cinema. Asha Bhosle, AR Rahman, Jeetendra, Randhir Kapoor, Aamir Khan among other celebrities were present at the event.

The National Museum of Indian Cinema will cater to the needs of contemporary people for acquainting themselves with changes in the field of film production and also enlist their active support in appreciating the technological changes in the present media scenario.

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