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language | Updated: 15 Feb 2021, 10:17:00 PM

Dehradun, Feb 15 (Language) Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat on Monday took a muhurat shot of the film ‘Hindutva’ directed by filmmaker Karan Razdan. Most of the shooting of this film will be in Uttarakhand. The lead actors of the film are Ashish Sharma, Sonarika, Deepika Chikhaliya, Anoop Jalota and Ankit Raj. According to the official release, on this occasion, Chief Minister Rawat hoped that the purpose with which this film is being made will be successful in bringing it to the world. He said that the word Hindutva signifies love, generosity and faith. Indian culture is Sanatan culture and Hinduism is the basis of Sanatan culture

Dehradun, Feb 15 (Language) Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat on Monday took a muhurat shot of the film ‘Hindutva’ directed by filmmaker Karan Razdan. Most of the shooting of this film will be in Uttarakhand. The lead actors of the film are Ashish Sharma, Sonarika, Deepika Chikhaliya, Anoop Jalota and Ankit Raj. According to the official release, on this occasion, Chief Minister Rawat hoped that the purpose with which this film is being made will be successful in bringing it to the world. He said that the word Hindutva signifies love, generosity and faith. Indian culture is Sanatan culture and the basis of Sanatan culture is Hindutva. Razdan said that an effort will be made to show the union of love, sacrifice and goodwill in the film and an attempt will be made to give the message of Hindutva across the world.

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