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Karnataka Government announces monthly allowance of Rs 2000 for ‘Daiva Narthakas’

Action thriller “Kantara” from Hombale Films is having a lasting effect not only on the public and famous people but even on the significant government figures. While the film has received widespread acclaim from critics and audiences alike, it has also etched a unique place in the hearts of Indian politicians. Lok Sabha member PC Mohan expressed his admiration for Daivas, dancing, and supernatural intervention in the film ‘Kantara’ today. A Rs 2,000 monthly allowance for “Daiva Narthakas” over 60 has been announced by the BJP-led Karnataka government, he added.

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Taking to social media, he wrote, “Adoring Daivas, dance, and divine intervention. The BJP-led #Karnataka government has announced a Rs 2,000 monthly allowance for ‘Daiva Narthakas’ above 60 years of age. Bhoota Kola, a spirit worship ritual depicted in the movie #Kantara is part of Hindu Dharma.

Kantara is also a box office success in Hindi. The movie has made more than Rs 13 cr in Hindi with just 6 days. Additionally, the movie was ranked first on IMDb’s list of the 250 most recent Indian box office hits.

#The film is a visual spectacle that exhibits Kambala’s traditional culture and the Bhoota Kola art form. It takes place in the made-up community of Dakshina Kannada. In Karnataka’s coastal culture and folklore, the fight between humans and nature is at the centre of the narrative. It is deserving of all the praise and admiration it is receiving online since it is the ideal synthesis of art, culture, and technical excellence on show.

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