Before Congress went on to add scams to India’s history, Modi-led Govt. is now trying its best to inculcate its citizens by supporting the filmmakers to display the treason acted upon them. One such example is the recent Bollywood movie Aiyaary trying to outlay a number of scams that happened during the dark years of Congress-led UPA tenure. Siddharth Malhotra and Pooja Chopra starrer Aiyaary is all set to unravel the dubious role of UPA govt. in gulping the taxpayers’ money.
Earlier, this fiery movie was set to release on 26th Jan on the event of Republic Day of India. After Aiyaary got U/A certification, CBFC insisted on updating MoD as the movie revolves around the infamous Adarsh Housing Scam, which further delayed the release till 16th February in order to make minor modifications. Filmmaker Neeraj Pandey’s Aiyaary is seen as a bold step in unravelling a part of the dark political history of India.
The filmmakers were glad to witness the way in which they took care of the issue by not asking any major modifications, but rather settled down with four minor changes.
The Adarsh scam picked up a huge political outrage leading to the resignation of the then-Chief Minister of Congress Ashok Chavan after it went public in 2010. The 31-storey building was constructed on a major real estate location in Colaba to house war widows and Defence personnel, overlooking several violations. The little-known part about this suspicious story holds 22 purchases made by proxies, 25 illegal allotments and fraudsters dubbed by Sushil Kumar Shinde, Vilasrao Deshmukh and Shivajirao Nilangekar Patil including top 12 bureaucrats.
The trailer of the movie gives a glimpse of the nostalgic Naseeruddin Shah raising his voice – “Gareeb aadmi ko ungli Nahin Karne ka,Saab” against being taken away. This eminent story also showcases the very famous Manoj Bajpayee, Anupam Kher and Rakul Preet Singh playing vibrant roles.