I May Sound Arrogant But Bollywood Can’t afford me – Idi ee madhya oka press meet lo journalist adigina question ki answer chesthu Mahesh Babu Bollywood Industry meedha chesina comments. Mana Industry tho patu Bollywood media okkasariga ee antha maata annav enti bro ani shock aipoyaru.
Ila Maheesh Babu eh kadu past lo kuda kondaru South Indian Actors Bollywood Industry ni address chesthu open ga strong, solid and soft replies icchina incidents unnayi.
Once Mana South Indian Stars Comments On Bollywood Industry, in the past and present okasari chuseddam padandi…
1. Mahesh Babu Said Bollywood Can’t Afford Me In His Recent Interaction With Media
“I did get a lot of offers in Hindi, but I don’t think they can afford me. I don’t want to waste my time working in an industry which can’t afford me. The stardom and the respect I get here (in South) is huge, so I never really thought of leaving my industry and going to some other industry. I have always thought of doing films and becoming bigger. My dream is coming true now and I can’t be happier.”
2. Shruthi Haasaan – I have always felt like an outsider.
“I honestly have many times felt like an outsider, especially in Bollywood, there is a whole North-South thing that constantly happens. For example, if I’m doing three Telugu films and three Tamil films, they’ll say, ‘Oh, but you’re not focusing on Hindi,’ as if that is the only industry in the country. And it isn’t. So I have always felt like an outsider.”
3. Why south films are working in Bollywood – Salman
Yash Replied Him Saying –
“It’s not like that. Our films also never used to get this kind of reception, but what is happening from that part of the world, they have started playing dubbed versions here, people became familiar with the content of what we are creating. What worked today is people got familiar with our way of storytelling, our cinema, so it has not happened overnight. That has been there for a few years and eventually, they started understanding the content, the expression of the direction and everything.”
4. Dhanush -I Don’t Like This North & South Thing
“I was always against (the divide between) south and north Indian films. It is an Indian film and that is how it should always be. We are heading towards that (change) at a very rapid pace. It is very healthy. It is helping all of us with our films, actors, and creative people globally.”
5. Ram Charan Opened About Doing Bollywood Movies And Working With Bollywood Directors
“I want a director from Hindi cinema to make a pan-Indian film which caters to even the South. Salman tweeted saying, I really love Ram, Rajamouli, and Tarak’s work but why are our films not being appreciated in the South. It is so candid of him to say that but I believe it is the writing; it is the director who has to transcend these boundaries of. Every writer should write movies like Vijayendra Prasad (RRR) or Rajamouli and say ‘believe in it. I want to make an Indian film where I want to work with talent from here (Bollywood), I want directors to explore the talent from South and make bigger films so that we have bigger budgets and we see bigger numbers at the end of the day.”
6. Priyamani Spilled Beans On How Bollywood used to treat South technicians before and how they are treating them now:
There was a time when earlier we had people like Sridevi, Rekha, Hema Malini, & Vyjayanthimala, who ruled Bollywood. And then there was a dearth you know. We have only Hindi-speaking actors in Bollywood and they used to sort of portray South Indians- could be somebody from Chennai or Kerala – they used to portray them as people who used to not speak Hindi in the normal way – ‘Aiyo, kaisa ji, kya bolta ji’. After a point they stopped that and started getting South technicians to Bollywood. And, we saw a surge of a lot of South Indian technicians coming to Bollywood and making their mark successfully. And right now, I’m very happy that finally South talent is also getting recognised here in Bollywood and South stars are also getting their due.
7. Prabhas About Doing Bollywood Movies
“Yes, absolutely. I am looking forward to working there [in Bollywood]. I could not take up any projects before because I was doing Baahubali and then [Saaho]. Bollywood is the biggest film industry, so why will I not want to work there?”
8. Allu Arjun About His Bollywood Debut & Doing Movies In Bollywood
I have got an offer but nothing concrete or exciting. It does take courage, you have to risk it (to work in another industry). When we are the protagonist of the films that we do, anybody who comes to us will only come with the offer to play a protagonist, I would not be interested in anything (else). And it is very well understood. Even the other person will not come and it doesn’t make sense to ask such a big star to play a second role as it damages the film, they also know it. You have to work as a protagonist, as a main lead.
9. Rana About PAN-Indian Movies and Content
He said that – “The audience had watched so much content across languages and cultures on different channels in the last 18 months that filmmaking across the board will now have to be improved. On the other hand, filmmakers will have to see what kind of content will work in which space and also bifurcation between what’s suited for the big screen and what’s better for the OTT space will also become clearer.”
10. Fahadh Faasil About His Bollywood Debut & Malayalam Movies
“The thing is, I am not fluent in Hindi. I need to think in the language that I speak my dialogues in. Yes, I’ve been offered many Hindi films. I’d love to come there. There’s so much talent there. But at the same time Malayalam cinema is also getting there. In a couple of years the language won’t matter.”