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People produce movies for their friends to watch: Rakesh Roshan on the decline of Bollywood

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People produce movies for their friends to watch: Rakesh Roshan on the decline of Bollywood

According to Rakesh Roshan, a “huge chunk of the public” is no longer able to relate to the themes chosen by the filmmakers. In a recent interview, the seasoned actor and director, who turned 73 on Tuesday, discussed the reasons Bollywood movies were struggling at the box office. Rakesh Roshan also discussed how it was now exceedingly challenging to “become a superstar” because songs had lost importance in movies.

Songs are an essential component of movies, according to Rakesh, who has directed successful films like Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai (2000) and Koi… Mil Gaya (2003), both of which starred his son, actor Hrithik Roshan. He added that Bollywood should take notes from “Pushpa or RRR” because “every song” from the pan-India films ‘became a craze’. He added that Bollywood filmmakers were trying to make ‘so-called modern cinema’ but it works with ‘only one percent of the population’.

Rakesh said to Bollywood Hungama, “People are making movies that they and their friends enjoy to watch, hence that’s why Hindi films aren’t doing well at the box office. They choose topics that only a very small portion of the audience will find interesting. A sizable portion of the audience cannot identify with it. Another significant issue is that the songs are leaving the movie. There were formerly 6 songs. The actors would become celebrities thanks to these tunes… Currently, it’s quite difficult to become a superstar. You hear Rajesh Khanna and Amitabh Bachchan’s music… Their songs used to be such a crucial component of the film, and they had a major impact on how successful their movie ended up being. Consider Pushpa or RRR for example. Each and every song became a craze. So, we should learn (from their success).”

Rakesh added that, in contrast to Hindi films, Telugu and Tamil movies continued to offer “rooted storylines” in a “highly upgraded fashion,” all the while keeping in mind the “commercial sensibility.” Although Baahubali and RRR featured “beaten-to-death plots,” and Baahubali was strikingly similar to his 1995 film Karan Arjun, he claimed that these movies’ songs were “larger-than-life,” and as a result, “people were persuaded” to watch them.

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Additionally, Rakesh mentioned how past movie promotions “began with songs” before the trailer was unveiled. The director continued, saying that the frantic and multi-city advertisements for recent movies “served no purpose.” He referred to it as “wasting money” and claimed there was “no point” in doing it. He continued, saying that if a movie’s teaser or trailer hadn’t been successful, “such promotional travels were unnecessary’. Rakesh also spoke about Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, which was also heavily promoted, yet worked at the box office.

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Abdu Rozik of Bigg Boss 16 said he no longer has faith in Sajid Khan.

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Abdu Rozik of Bigg Boss 16 said he no longer has faith in Sajid Khan.

Abdu Rozik’s reason for leaving Bigg Boss 16 was stated to be that he needed to finish filming an overseas project. The Tajikistani singer recently discussed his relationship with the show’s contestants and shared his opinions of contestant Sajid Khan.

Abdu Rozik was questioned by Koimoi regarding his relationship with participant Sajid Khan inside the Bigg Boss house. Sajid Khan’s writing “I love Tatti” on his back during the Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia birthday episode garnered a lot of criticism from online users, and even Salman Khan had to correct the director. In discussing the incident, Abdu Rozik remarked, “In real life, sometimes it’s not good. viewing the entire performance and district. My mom and dad are watching. I have thoughts. Sajid the brother promised to write, “I love Nimrit.”

I said, “Happy Birthday,” as follows (write). He did not inform me (what he wrote). My back view and what he is writing. rely on him. I have faith in Sajid. After this, I find it hard to trust him. After this, I started to feel depressed: “If your best friend is only making on your back.” Way is not good to display like this for the entire world to see.

Even Sajid Khan left the Bigg Boss house over the weekend. As they hear the news, some of his housemates, notably Sumbul Touqeer Khan, Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia, and Shiv Thakare, can be seen grieving. Sajid was seen sobbing as he joined his hands and stated, “Jo jo mere kisi se bhi jhagde ho, haath jorke mafi mangta hu,” during his goodbye address. In order to express my regret to everyone I fought alongside, I fold my hands. But a lot of you people helped me.

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The 16th season of Bigg Boss airs Monday through Friday at 10 p.m. The programme airs on ColorsTV on Saturday and Sunday at 9:00 p.m. Salman Khan, who joined the reality show in its fourth season, serves as the program’s host. Popular candidates on the show include MC Stan, Abdu Rozik, Shiv Thakare, Shalin Bhanot, and Tina Datta, among others.

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