Veteran actress turned BJP MP, Hema Malini today requested the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to sanction approvals to build the auditoriums in metro cities to hold international shows for over 5000 audiences.The actress who feels the country does not have auditoriums fit for the international shows said she has already approached Modi to give more attention to building larger auditoriums that can accommodate over 4000 to 5000 audiences for an International show.
The Actress MP mentioned about the NCPA auditorium in Mumbai and in Delhi about one or two that hold such huge programs where the sitting capacity has been only 1000 people and that this is not sufficient and one needs at least a 4000 to 5000 seats arrangement for such shows.Hema Malini also spoke to reporters of the media and in September on the merger of Georgian and Indian Dance Style is to be held and the show which will be hosted by her ,' Jaya Smriti' an Indo-Occidental Symbiosis and Calcutta Club here and the georgian dance will be performed by the members of the Sukhishvili and is scheduled to be the first professional state dance company in the Eurasian Country. Hema Malini said it is a very big international group which is coming to India after almost 55 years and that India needs that kind of an infrastructure to house the audience capacity for such programs.
The actress hopes that in 2 or 3 years we would have the proper arrangements with -proper stage arrangements to cater to any shows coming from abroad to perform here in India.The upcoming show Georgian dance forms will be complimented by Bharatnatyam, Kathak and Manipuri along with the live orchestra and ancient instruments . Recollecting her own visit to Georgia to attend the Women's conference the actress said she had seen almost 100 boys and girls practicing on the stage at the dance studio and this is the kind of platform she wishes to give for India as well.
The actress has personally invited West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and she hopes the representatives of various arts and other disciplines also come to watch the show. The Georgians had last visited India during the regime of Jawaharlal Nehru and Raj Kapoor almost 55 years ago and are now the show 'Synergy' brings them back to the country and they have already performed in Mumbai, Delhi and their next show is to be held in Kolkota and Chennai.