After ‘KGF’, Kantara has written a new hit record for the Kannada film industry. Rishab Shetty not only acted in this movie but also directed it and wrote the story for it. ‘Kantara’ has done wonders in terms of earnings in all languages. His earnings still continue at the box office. Rishabh Shetty is very happy with the box office success of his film. In an interview with our fellow ETimes, he talked about the success of ‘Kantara’, the controversy that surrounds it and the response he is having from the audience. Rishabh Shetty also explained why he doesn’t want ‘Kantara’ to be remade in Bollywood.
Rishabh Shetty doesn’t want a ‘Kantara’ remake in Bollywood
Rishabh Shetty was asked if ‘Kantara’ would be dubbed in Hindi. In such a situation, there is no chance of a new Hindi version. But if it was remade in Hindi, which actor do you think could have played his character? In response, Rishabh Shetty said: ‘The remake will not be done in Hindi. To play such a character, it is important that you believe in your roots and your culture. There are many great actors in the Hindi film industry that I like very much. But I don’t want the movie (Kantara) to be remade. I’m not interested in remakes.
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That’s why southern movies are doing well in the Hindi market.
When Rishabh Shetty was asked that films from the south are doing very well in the Hindi market. What is the reason for this? Rishabh Shetty said: ‘It is absolutely seasonal. Every industry goes through ups and downs. Perhaps the public is not divided in such a way between films, be it Bollywood or Sandalwood. The public sees it from the perspective of Indian cinema. ‘Kantara’ is Kannada, regional and Indian cinema. The same applies to Hindi cinema as well. People are now crossing language barriers and viewing content from all corners of the country. Each film industry has contributed significantly to Indian cinema.
The story of the village of Rishabh Shetty is ‘Kantara’!
Rishabh Shetty said that the story of ‘Kantara’ is actually a true story, which is from her village. But the world of Kantara is entirely fictional. As a child he saw Dev Kola. Whatever he saw, he showed on film. It’s been 31 days since the release of ‘Kantara’. The film has earned Rs 226.31 crore so far. His excellent earnings also continue in the Hindi language.
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