New Delhi: Veteran actor Anupam Kher on Friday requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to be an audience to share with him the thoughts of "millions of Indians".
Mr Kher, who will lead a 'March For India' to protest the voices being raised over "intolerance" in the country, made the request on Twitter.
"Dear PM @narendramodi Ji. Please give us time tomorrow to share with you the thoughts of millions of Indians all over the world. #IndiaIsTolerant," the actor and BJP supporter, posted.
The actor will be joined by a string of artistes, writers and painters for the march, which will be held on Saturday.
The National Award winning actor shared on Twitter that "due to overwhelming response, the location of March For India has been shifted from India Gate to National Museum, Janpath. They will walk to Rashtrapati Bhavan."