Actor Urmila Matondkar, who is contesting the Lok Sabha election as a Congress candidate from Mumbai North, Thursday said the biopic made on Prime Minister Narendra Modi was a joke as he has failed to fulfil his promises.
“The biopic made on his (Modi’s) life is nothing but a joke as the prime minister, who claims to have a 56-inch-chest, has miserably failed to deliver anything. The movie made on his life is a joke on the democracy, poverty and diversity of India, which has been damaged,” she said.
“Rather, a comedy film should be made on him and his unfulfilled promises,” the actor-turned-politician quipped.
“What can be worse than a prime minister of a democratic country not holding even a single press conference in the last five years,” she said.
“At a personal level, yes I fully support the Marathi issue and will always support. I am thankful to Raj Thackeray for extending his support to me.
“But such personal attacks and comments have made me stronger,” she said.