At present a new controversy has started in the film industry. Due to the huge success of South Film in Hindi Belt, this issue is in full swing and everyone is giving their opinion. The name of actor Manoj Bajpei has also been added in this episode. He has recently spoken about the huge success of Southern films.
It is noteworthy that the series that started with ‘Pushpa’ has grown to ‘KGF Chapter 2’. In just 15 days, Rocky Brothers has broken all the big records of the entire Bollywood industry. With this, KGF Chapter 2 movie became the third biggest movie which has sold 350 crores in Hindi alone.
On the other hand, in the last few months, Bollywood films seem to be struggling a lot at the box office. The controversy has now started in a situation where southern cinema is dominating Bollywood. The public no longer likes the pictures of Bollywood stars, which has a direct effect on the income of the pictures.
So far the big stars have talked about it. Manoj Vajpayee’s name has also been added in this episode. He said that Bollywood is quite nervous about the success of Southern films. He also said that one should learn a lot about Bollywood as soon as possible. It started with Allu Arjun’s film ‘Pushpa’. This picture earns bumper in Hindi belt. Since then SS Rajamouli’s ‘RRR’ and ‘KGF Chapter 2’ have broken many records.
The Hindi version of the two films has grossed Rs 300 crore and viewers are still going to see it in theaters. Recently, filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma tweeted that people in the north are jealous of the south. Now in a conversation with the Delhi Times, Manoj Vajpayee says, “There are so many blockbusters happening, forget about other people like me for a minute, the mainstream filmmakers in the Mumbai film industry are shaken, they don’t understand what to do.
Despite being dubbed in Hindi, Manoj Vajpayee spoke openly about why films like KGF Chapter 2 and RRR are earning Rs 300 crore. Where Suryavanshi is not able to earn even 200 crore rupees. Manoj thinks that lessons should be learned from the success of this film.
Not only that, Manoj further said- they are emotional, and they shoot every shot as if giving the best shot in the world, every shot is imagined. Not everyone imposes on the viewers, because they give a lot of respect to their viewers. If you look at Pushpa, RRR and KGF, it is clear that each frame is shot in a life-and-death situation.
We make a mistake here, we made the main stream film just to make money at the box office. If we can’t criticize them, we start calling them ‘different’. But this is a lesson for mainstream filmmakers in the Mumbai industry on how to make mainstream movies. Manoj’s statement has been under discussion for a few days now and people are expressing their views on it.