BJP Stalwart's Life Biography To Appear on Silver Screen

Tue Jun 28 2022 16:06:57 GMT+0530 (IST)

Bharatiya Janata Party one of the two big national parties in the country had produced many leaders who held key posts. When we talk about the stalwarts in the previous generations many names pop up. But one leader from the saffron party who served as the Prime Minister remains an iconic personality.

The iconic personality is none other than Atal Bihari Vajpayee who served as the Prime Minister for three terms. His nature is that people across the parties loved him. Yashwant Sinha, who was fielded as the presidential candidate by the opposition parties is also a supporter of Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

 The veteran BJP leader has an inspirational journey in politics and more people will get to know about him as a biopic was announced on him. To create interest among movie lovers, the makers have opted for his famous dialogue as the title of the upcoming film.

Once addressing the Parliament, Mr. Vajpayee said the nation must go on no matter if he is alive or not and the same statement is fixed as the title. Main Rahoon Ya Na Rahoon Yeh Desh Rehna Chahiye Atal is the title that was fixed by the makers of the film.

The biopic is based on The Untold Vajpayee: Politician And Paradox book by Ullekh NP and will be released for Christmas next year. While Vinod Bhanushali and Sandeep Singh announced that they will bankroll the film, more details about the cast and crew are awaited

The reason behind locking Christmas for the release is not just to have the advantage of the long holidays. Christmas date also marks his birthday and the next anniversary is the 99th anniversary of the veteran BJP and it is going to be a big tribute to him.

Mr. Vajpayee who was an RSS member in his younger days ventured into politics and served as a Lok Sabha member and Rajya Sabha member many times in his career that lasted for over five decades. The Ex-Prime Minister served as the first President of the Bharatiya Janata Party when the ex-Bharatiya Jana Sangh (BJS) floated the saffron party.