Lucknow, May 12, 2023: The Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath, had a courtesy meeting with the film team of ‘The Kerala Story’ at his official residence in Lucknow today.
The film team, comprising of director Sajith Sivan, producer Suresh Kumar, and lead actor Prithviraj Sukumaran, were in Lucknow for the shooting of their upcoming movie. During their visit, they met with the Chief Minister to discuss various aspects of the film and seek his blessings for its success.
The meeting lasted for about an hour, during which the Chief Minister lauded the film team for their efforts to showcase the cultural diversity of India through their film. He also appreciated the team’s decision to shoot the film in Uttar Pradesh and expressed his hope that the film would showcase the state’s rich cultural heritage and natural beauty to the world.
Speaking on the occasion, director Sajith Sivan said, “We are honored to meet the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and seek his blessings for our film. ‘The Kerala Story’ is a story of love and unity that transcends all boundaries and celebrates the rich cultural heritage of India. We are grateful to the Chief Minister for his kind words and support.”
Producer Suresh Kumar also expressed his gratitude to the Chief Minister for his warm welcome and hospitality. “It is a great privilege to meet the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and seek his blessings for our film. We are confident that ‘The Kerala Story’ will resonate with audiences across India and showcase the beauty of Uttar Pradesh to the world,” he said.
Lead actor Prithviraj Sukumaran also thanked the Chief Minister for taking time out of his busy schedule to meet with the film team. “It is an honor to meet the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and seek his blessings for our film. We are grateful for his support and look forward to showcasing the cultural diversity of India through our film,” he said.
Overall, the meeting between the Chief Minister and the film team of ‘The Kerala Story’ was a cordial and productive one, with both sides expressing their appreciation for each other’s efforts to promote the rich cultural heritage of India.