In the midst of such uncertainty, it is estimated that any film to manage the cash register. And when it gets good reviews, you are also happy like Mrinal Thakur. His Telugu romance drama Sita Rama is doing well, including a scenario where calls for a boycott of films are common.
“Fortunately,” he says, “it’s not just box office, but people love it too. Romance is an integral part of our lives, and I thought that romantic films have stopped being made. It’s incredible the kind of sentiment and response it’s getting. Sir Nagarjuna said, ‘You’re beautiful, I just love Sita’s behavior, so much so that his wife scolded him! I received compliments from these megastars, I don’t know what to say. Sometimes, thanks are less.’
‘Pan Indian cinema’ is everyone’s favorite buzzword in the industry today, so what do they think is working in favor of South films and against Hindi films? Thakur alternately asks, “What is India’s first pan-India film? This is the subject of much debate. I am really lucky to be a part of this Indian film, that I have been selected for the role of Sita. The works that are content today, the audience wants to see food in action, nothing Fastidious. I have been part of both Indian and South films. I fully understand that whatever is present is engaging and authentic to the audience, and it should be done.
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