National Museum Visit
Bollywood hotshot Akshay Kumar alongside Kriti Sanon and the cast and group of their forthcoming film ‘Bachchhan Paandey’ visited the National Museum of Indian Cinema (NMIC) on Sunday, as the exhibition hall resumes for the public post-pandemic.
As part of ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’, the National Museum of Indian Cinema displayed the vintage and the classic car club of India exhibition for the cast of the action-comedy feature film ‘Bachchhan Paandey’.
The reopening of the Museum happens in collaboration with The Vintage and Classic Car Club of India (VCCCI) which is conducting a vintage car exhibition at the museum premises.
The overseer of the film ‘Bachchhan Paandey’ – Farhad Samji, maker Sajid Nadiadwala alongside Akshay Kumar, Kriti Sanon graced the event.
Chatting on the event Neerja Sekhar, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, said “Public Museum of Indian Cinema has been a fantasy project which was initiated by Honorable Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi ji in 2019. Pandemic has gotten exhibition hall attendees and film darlings far from NMIC for a really long time. We currently need to invite individuals back here.”
The museum showcases the contributions of the legends across India, the equipment and interactive media keeps the visitors engrossed. The Museum shall continue to periodically upgrade and keep adding to the cinema world.
Ravinder Bhakar, Managing Director NFDC India, informed that “In the days to come you will realize that it will clearly stand out as a unique Museum. What really makes the National Museum of Indian Cinema unique is the invaluable assets and artefacts it displays and stands out as a distinctive structure in itself, it empowers filmmakers and general audiences and takes you into a nostalgic journey.”
Overwhelmed Akshay Kumar
shay said, “I’m overpowered to be around. For sure it was a delight partner with NMIC, I have grown up watching the commended films throughout the long term, and everyone should come and see this glorious film gallery. Assuming I could add, I’d say it’s practically similar to a position of love for a producer as crafted by unbelievable producers have been consciously filed and depicted here.”
Adding to that Kriti said, “I was so dazzled in the wake of investigating the gallery, its curation is so magnificent and I didn’t realize Chandralekha was the principal South Indian film that became conspicuous all through India and it enlivened South Indian makers to showcase their movies in North India and furthermore the most costly film made in India during the 1940s. The Children’s segment floor was my top choice, which is action based thus vivid.”
Akshay Kumar And Kriti Sanon Visit National Museum.