Added on : 2019-03-04 14:43:20
The film, which apparently “captures the life of Prime Minister Narendra Modi”, is going to be released on social media before the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. A train’s coach was set on fire on Sunday in Gujarat’s Vadodara to recreate the 2002 Godhra train burning for a biopic on Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“Permission was given to shoot the documentary film here. It was shot at the narrow gauge Vishwamitri railway station. No rail traffic was affected in the process of the shoot and the bogie being used for the shoot was provided by us. It is a mock-drill bogie and was unused,” Western Railways PRO Khemraj Meena.
Bhakar said his office goes through scripts and does not permit anything “that harms the image of the Railways and the country”. “If they have set fire to rolling stock or damaged railway property, then we can claim their deposit, claim insurance etc,”.