Photo: Vladimir VELENGURIN
Among those I met on Tuesday, February 21 at Gostiny Dvor, where President Vladimir Putin addressed the Federal Assembly, was my favorite actor, Vladimir Mashkov.
We didn’t have time to talk, but I still managed to ask the famous artist a few questions…
… – Vladimir Lvovich, do you know that thanks to you, your visit to the LPR and the meeting with the head of the republic Leonid Pasechnik, Russia began to massively create songs dedicated to the soldiers of the NWO?
– Yeah? Interesting…
– It so happened that last summer I went to Lugansk, and Pasechnik told me about his visit. And on your words that it is time to make films about our guys who are fighting in the NWO zone today.
– Yes, there must have been such a conversation. And those who fight there are indeed worthy of our deepest respect.
– And then, just after Lugansk, I flew to Ashgabat – as part of a group of journalists to cover Vladimir Putin’s visit. And I told everything to the president. And then he said that the SVO participants deserve to have films made about them, compose poems and songs. And after that, the promotion of this topic began on TV channels. How do you value it?
– I am not very aware, but, you know, if we talk about creative people, then, of course, they must certainly be at the forefront of feelings and emotions. Otherwise, it doesn’t make sense.
– That is, do you know some songs by Shaman himself?
– Certainly. And not just shaman.
– Who else?
– Wonderful songs by Yulia Chicherina, “St. John’s Wort”, wonderful compositions by Sasha Marshal, Nikolai Rastorguev. We have a plethora of patriotic songs and wonderful artists.
– And now on Radio Komsomolskaya Pravda, thanks to Oleg Gazmanov, there is a cycle dedicated to patriotic songs, a special grant has been allocated there …
– If wonderful.
– I have the feeling that it started with you, with your visit to the LPR.
Well, I don’t know, maybe a little. But I am very glad that he has already given some kind of start.
– Thank you so much. Do you want to come to Radio Komsomolskaya Pravda?