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Elections 2014: Bollywood's a divided house

The current Lok Sabha polls have sharply divided the Hindi film industry. Some are Narendra Modi supporters, while others stand by the secular vote. There are also many who're fans of AAP. A quick look at who's backing which party/leader.

brunch Updated: May 04, 2014 12:49 IST
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Elections 2014

The letter: Scriptwriter Anjum Rajabali (he has written films like Satyagraha, Aarakshan, Chakravyuh, among others) drafted a letter in mid-April, in which he strongly advocated India's 'unnegotiable' secular character. He told NDTV, "Our sense of India comes from the fact that we are a secular country and if that notion is challenged... if that itself is vulnerable at this moment, that is what has compelled people to speak up. It is the right wing fundamentalist forces within the BJP that are making young people feel very insecure."

The current elections have sharply divided the Hindi film industry. A quick look at who's backing which party/leader.

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