Actor Anupam Kher, who’s celebrating the success of Karthikeya 2, just lately shared his two cents on why south Indian movies are doing higher than Hindi movies. Kher stated that filmmakers within the south are concentrating on telling tales versus Bollywood which appears to be extra centered on packaging a movie round a film star.
Kher informed ETimes, “I think over there, I’m not differentiating between the two but I think (their) cinema is relevant because they are not aping Hollywood. They are telling stories, over here we are selling stars.”
The Kashmir Files actor stated that movies are basically made for the viewers, and the second anybody begins wanting down on these customers, it’s a slippery slope. “You make things for consumers. The problem starts when you start looking down on consumers saying, ‘We are doing you a favour by making a great film. Now you are watching a great film.’ Greatness is achieved by a collective effort and that I have learnt by doing films in Telugu, Tamil, and I’m going to do a Malayalam film,” he stated.
Anupam Kher’s upcoming movies embrace Sooraj Barjatya’s Uunchai, which additionally stars Amitabh Bachchan, Boman Irani and Parineeti Chopra. He can even be seen as Jayaprakash Narayan in Kangana Ranaut’s Emergency.