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Fans Launch Animation Movie, Theme Song on Modi

Published: 25th April 2014 07:48 PM  |   Last Updated: 25th April 2014 07:52 PM   |  A+A-

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By PTI

In a bid to canvas for BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, a Gujarat-based fan club launched several merchandise here today, including an animation film and a theme song on Narendra Modi.

"We have released coffee table book, an animation film called 'Nation Is In Motion' and a life size replica of Narendra Modi, since we have been influenced by his deeds," Gujarat Gaurav Fan Club president Rajeev Chhajjer said.

Established in 2005 to glorify the history and culture of Gujarat, the Gujarat Gaurav Fan Club, has begun canvassing for Modi.

Chhajjer said that if Narendra Modi becomes prime  minister, he would "eradicate all miseries" of this country.

During the launch event, the club also showcased 121 books in different languages written about Narendra Modi or by him.

The animation film's title which reflected Narendra Modi's first two characters 'NaMo' has projected him as a 'Superman' who saved Gujarat and its people from every evil.

The film shows Modi in a Superman costume saving people from the 2001 earthquake and ends with his larger than life image over the country where he is shown standing in front of India's map.

The fan club has also claimed that the animation film has been created by first-time voters.

Besides the animation film, another city-based rock band 'Meghdhanusha' presented a theme song on Narendra Modi.

The fan club also released pen drives with nine Modi speeches and ten thousand coffee table books based on events in the BJP leader's life.

The fan club chairman denied any political association with BJP, but stressed that he would campaign for Modi in Varanasi and other parts of the country.



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