ZEE5 celebrates World Poetry Day with Pankaj Tripathi

Pankaj Tripathi

Rama Krishna Sangem

On the occasion of World Poetry Day, ZEE5 hosted an event for his recent world digital premiere, Main Atal Hoon. The event was graced by renowned actor Pankaj Tripathi with his captivating recitation of some of the best poems by Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Pankaj Tripathi shared insightful anecdotes from Atalji’s life, adding depth to the audience’s understanding of the former Prime Minister.

Accompanying him was the director of the movie, Ravi Jadhav, who contributed to the enriching experience of the event. During the Q&A session, fans engaged in meaningful discussions, asking questions about Atalji’s life and even reciting his poems in front of Pankaj Ji.

One fan inquired if the movie had any political agenda, to which Pankaj Ji responded gracefully, highlighting that Indian voters are discerning and not swayed by films alone. He emphasized that the movie’s purpose was to illuminate the life and legacy of Atalji.

Pankaj Ji also shared that he has been receiving messages from around the world praising his portrayal in “Main Atal Hoon” and expressing love for the movie, noting that it has sparked a sense of patriotism in many viewers.

The event concluded with a memorable group picture, a preview of the movie trailer, and lively interactions, leaving everyone with a deeper appreciation for Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s contributions and Pankaj Tripathi’s portrayal of him on screen.

Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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