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‘It’s just that they didn’t get the right chance’

‘It’s just that they didn’t get the right chance’

The huge success of South dubbed films, KGF: Chapter 2, RRR and Pushpa: The Rise, showed what mass entertainers can do that most Hindi films cannot, i.e. within a few days of release. Reaching Rs 100 crore. While Hindi films are struggling to find audiences in theatres, Kamal Haasan, who has worked in languages ​​throughout his acting career, weighed in on the competition that has grabbed everyone’s attention. Also Read – Trending South News Today: Mahesh Babu Receives Dalip Tahil’s Support, Thalapathy Vijay Tops List of Most Popular All India Male Film Stars

When asked whether Bollywood is doing anything wrong in comparison to the box office numbers of regional films, Kamal immediately replied, “Nothing is wrong.” He then explained, “It’s like the National Awards, which (a jury) are given by 12 people. But the audience, millions of them, also give away the awards. The fact is that an actor doesn’t get a National Award. . Make him a bad actor. It doesn’t make him an actor who is doing something wrong.” Also read- Rajinikanth remembered Vikram’s trailer launch, Kamal Haasan said, ‘Despite politics, he has close personal relations’

“It’s just that they didn’t get the right opportunity, the producers, to do it. The same thing applies to filmmakers when they want to make a film – the right production, the right distribution, the right publicity, these are all important factors. All these are happening now, thanks to technology, communication, YouTube, media – everything has increased. So, we are able to reach a lot more people instead of shouting ourselves for national attention,” he said. said . Also Read – Salar actress Shruti Haasan expresses displeasure over calling people in Hindi industry ‘South Indian’: ‘I moved to Mumbai after my parents separated’

Kamal also spoke about the North vs South debate, saying there is no need for talks as the country’s “diversity is our strength”. “We should be proud that we have people who speak different languages ​​but communicate with each other in English. There is nothing wrong with that. The British looted us a lot, but they robbed us Left something we can now capitalize on. Why are we making this our weakness? We have so many languages ​​and we’ve learned to live with them. We have so many cuisines. Our diversity is our strength. We should be proud of this instead of being ashamed.”

The 67-year-old actor, who debuted as a child artist at the age of six, has been acting for more than five decades. He has worked in several languages ​​including Tamil, Telugu, Bengali and Hindi, where he has been a part of many acclaimed films like Sadma, Ek Duje Ke Liye and Sagar. He likes to be referred to as an ‘Indian Actor’ and is happy with the emergence of an ‘Indian Cinema’ that cuts across language barriers.

Kamal is currently gearing up for the release of his upcoming film Vikram, which is being backed by Kamal Haasan Production House, Raj Kamal Films International. Apart from the superstar, Lokesh Kanagaraj also stars Vijay Sethupathi and Malayalam actor Fahadh Faasil in the lead role in the film, which has music by Avinash Ravichander. The film is scheduled to release on June 3.

(with IANS inputs)

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