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Home > 2006 Issues > December 24, 2006

Karmayogi screened in Bhopal
By Anjani Kumar Jha

Karmayogi, documentary film on the life of Shri Guruji, was screened at Samanvay Bhavan in Bhopal on December 3. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Shri Ram Madhav, RSS National Executive Committee member, were among the prominent audience. Shri Chouhan also released the DVD of the film.

Apart from highlighting the life and deeds of Shri Guruji in the perspective of his nationalist and Hindutva ideology, the one-and-a-half hour documentary film dispels the villainous image of RSS and its role in the freedom struggle.

Speaking before the screening of the film, Shri Ram Madhav said it was difficult to accumulate the enormous deeds of Guruji in a two-hour documentary, but the end result is beautiful. He said Shri Guruji was a composed personality, never nurtured anger and did not use impolite words for anybody. He did not hate any person even if he or she was ideologically opposed to him. His appreciation of Smt. Indira Gandhi?s leadership when India achieved victory over Pakistan in 1971, was an example of it. Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan described Shri Guruji as a saint. He said the documentary film would serve as a medium to apprise the youngsters about the multifaceted personality of Shri Guruji.

Shri Nitish Bhardwaj, director of the film, said several artists of Madhya Pradesh have played the important role in the film. The artists include Shri Arvind Bilgaiyan in the lead role of Shri Guruji, Shri Anil Dave and Sharad Kanmadikar. The music is composed by Shri Neeraj Mahesh. Those who were present on the occasion included Swami Rajsharanand, Sanghchalak of Madhya Bharat, Shri Shashi Bhai Seth, state BJP organising secretary, Shri Kaptan Singh Solanki, Shri Suresh Chokse, Shri Anoop Mishra, Shri Ajay Vishnoi and Shri Gopal Godani.




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