Thursday, May 11, 2023

Nawazuddin Siddiqui claims that large films are bringing the "most damage to Bollywood": 'These films have no story, no performance... they star performers who have been rejected by the public.'

 According to Nawazuddin Siddiqui, the industry still believes in spending a lot of money on actors that no one wants to watch rather than giving a lot of money to an artist that people love.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui does not intend to relent. The actor claims that the Hindi film industry's own lackadaisical approach to putting together a project with no story and actors the audience has repeatedly rejected is the reason why it is struggling theatrically to deliver consecutive hits.

Only a small number of Hindi films have grossed a lot of money since Covid. Bollywood didn't have much success in the first quarter of the year, with the exception of Pathaan, directed by Shah Rukh Khan and making box office history, despite some big releases. A segment of the exchange feels just tentpole movies will presently pull the crowds in film lobbies however Nawazuddin disagrees with that.

According to the actor, lavishly produced films are actually harming the industry because they lack substance in terms of script, story, direction, and even performances. It's interesting to note that Heropanti 2, directed by Tiger Shroff and starring Nawazuddin, was a huge failure at the box office last year.

"The big films are causing the most damage to the industry," says "Sabse nuksan industry ko badi filmein he kar rahi hai." Sometimes, for some reason, something works at the box office. However, 97% of the films are flopping if you leave with three. Additionally, each of these films is significant. Yehi barbaad kar rahi hai, these are the films that are actually harming the industry.

There are no characters or stories in these films. They only have five songs, all of which were created by the choreographer. If there is any action, the action designer creates it. What's the chief doing in that? What exactly is the actor doing there? The actor is baffled.

As per Nawazuddin, who is presently anticipating the arrival of his forthcoming lighthearted comedy Jogira Sara Ra, said the business actually has confidence in putting enormous measure of cash in hurriedly assembled projects with entertainers nobody is keen on watching, as opposed to give an equivalent oppurtunity to an artiste individuals love.

“They select ten to fifteen actors, group them together, and produce a film with a budget of sixty to one hundred crore rupees that nobody wants to watch. These films fail because they lack anything. They have never taken a decent entertainer and made a film of Rs 50 cr. There is a public's entertainer and an industry's entertainer. The actor in the industry keeps returning, but the audience doesn't like him. However, jo public ka entertainer hai usey public tak pahuchne bhi nahi diay jaata (the public's entertainer is never permitted to try and contact the crowd)," he adds.

Jogira Sara Ra Ra, directed by Kushan Nandy and produced by Kiran Shroff and Naeem Siddiqui, also features Neha Sharma, Sanjay Mishra, and Mahaakshay Chakraborty. The movie, which was written by Ghalib Asad Bhopali, is set to come out on May 12.

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