Suresh Gopi, the action star of M'town, will be soon appointed as the Chairman of National Film Development Corporation. The actor is the first Malayali to be the Chairman of NFDC.
As per the reports, Suresh Gopi had recently met the Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Arun Jaitley, and Minister of State, Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore at New Delhi, prior to the posting.
If things fall in place, Suresh Gopi will soon replace veteran filmmaker Ramesh Sippy, who is the current Chairman of NFDC. The NFDC Chairman position is equivalent to the post of a Minister of State.
National Film Development Corporation is an agency which works for promoting the various Indian language films in the foreign countries and bringing up the best foreign language films to India.
The agency mainly works for the better promotion of the films from various languages and culture. National Film Development Corporation is functioning under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India.
The NDFC Chairman post is considered to be a turning point in Suresh Gopi's career and the first step of the actor, towards a national platform. The actor is also planning to enter the politics soon.