Indian American community comes out to support Mukesh Modi’s Film “Political War”


‘Political War’ showcases how the external powers are trying to break India with the help of some selfish leaders

Our Bureau

New York, NY

Indian American community gathered here to support the press conference for the new Bollywood Hindi film ‘Political War”. Amongst the global press covering the event were Preetnama TV, Bharat Republic, Jaipur Dialogue, Hum Hindustani USA, TV Asia, Parikh Worldwide Media, ITV Gold, Jus Punjabi, Aastha TV, Radio Zindagi, Neeta Bhasin show and The Indian Eye.

At the glittering press conference, Mr. Mukesh Modi, Producer and Director of ‘Political War’, told the large audience at the Metropolitan Restaurant in Glen Cove, Long Island, New York, the reason why he made the movie. In a powerful statement, he said, he made the movie to save Bharat from the continuous attack of overseas vested interests using unpatriotic local collaborators. In his travels and insightful observations, he found anti-Bharat elements, using their hateful agenda against Prime Minister, Narendra Modi to derail and destroy Bharat from regaining the rightful place in the global political and economic powerhouse. He explained that this movie tells us all how to handle the challenges ahead and what they must do to fulfill their responsibilities to the country.

Mr. Bobby Kumar (Founding Member, Indian American Forum) welcomed the gathering and inspired the audience, why it was essential for the Indian community to assert themselves in politics at all levels. Politics is an essential part of our life, and everybody must take part in it. He asserted that participation in politics itself is a great victory for all of us. 

Mr. Mohan Wanchoo, entrepreneur and business leader, and an ardent supporter of the movie, said he had the privilege of watching the movie in a special screening and felt it was a must-see for every Bharatiya, all over the world specially in India, and expressed his disappointment that the Indian Censor Board had denied the residents of Bharat, an opportunity to see the movie for themselves to know how India must deal with the anti-India elements. He recalled how the imperial and colonial invaders had impoverished the country in the past.

Mr. Vibhuti Jha, banker, and television anchor, said that Mukesh Modi is a truth-teller and has made this film to share the truth about Bharat’s plight with the internal saboteurs hell-bent on destroying the changing image of India. He called upon desis in America to get fully engaged in the social and political life of their communities.

Mr. Vimal Goyal, President IDP 2024, and Mr. Pradip Tandon, President, IALI, wished the film a great success and having seen the movie before screening felt that the movie deserved all success and wondered why the Indian Censor Board would not give screening rights to the film. They called upon the Government of India to intervene and allow all Indians to see the film and decide for themselves whether it’s telling the truth.

Mr. Vikas Dhal, a survivor of the 1984 riots in Delhi, recalled how he survived the Congress Party-led killings of innocent Sikhs in Delhi and other areas. In an emotional outburst, he condemned the Khalistanis who have insulted the teachings of Sikh Gurus and their children in defense of Hindus. He especially mentioned that the country must call itself Bharat and not India.

Raj Dhingra from the Bharat Republic, Pritpal Kaur from Preetnama TV, Sunil Hali from Aastha TV, Radio Zindagi, and The Indian Eye congratulated Modi for his great achievement.

Mr. Raj, owner of Metropolitan was the proud sponsor of the event.

‘Political War’ is a political fiction story where the corrupt side of politics evolve starring Prashant Narayan, Seema Biswas, Rituparna Sengupta, Milind Gunaji, Shishir Sharma, Aman Verma, Abhay Bhargav, Jiten Mukhi, Prithvi Zutshi, Subhashis Chakraborty, Dev Sharma, Kanan Malhotra, Gaurav Amlani, Ravi Sharma, Sweety Walia, Anu Sharma, Twinkle Saini, Arun Bakshi, Bill Mcandrew, Isaac Platizky and many more.

“Political War” is an attempt to showcase a story for the 2024 Indian election, outlining how conspiracies are made in the country and how foreign support is taken to turn citizens against their own nation while putting the country at stake.

The crux of the film revolves around a plot in which the opposition is planning to overthrow the ruling government. The big question remains whether the ruling government be able to swiftly respond, or will taste a failure from the opposition.​

The movie has a special message for the community and movie lovers in particular to motivate the community to vote, expose corrupt politicians and foreign resources, and make India believe that there is unity in diversity and that the universe is one family.

Beyond Political War, Modi ventures into diverse genres with upcoming projects including diverse genres like Torn, a psychological thriller featuring Alfonso Freeman, son of Hollywood legend Morgan Freeman; “BRIDE OF ZAMBAI” a short English film streaming on Indie Films World; “THUGS OF ARMS” Mini Web Series, He remains committed to shedding light on compelling narratives, including stories rooted in Indian culture and experiences.

Now he is coming with the Indie Film Festival Awards and, the Film Festival for Independent Filmmakers (IFFA), which will support Indie Filmmakers in distributing their films, releasing their content on Indie Films World Streaming platforms, and guiding them in all the stages of filmmaking.

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