Vikramadiya Motwane: Adapting Chakra for big screen would be challenging


Comic books and superheroes are part of American culture. It’s difficult to transport into alienculture of your own and to make a film on superheroes when youdon’t have a base for that,” Motwane told PTI. We have ‘Amar Chitrakatha’ etc. “We don’t have a superhero culture. It’s all the more scarier as you are reaching out to a wider audience through television. It won’t go on floors this year, it will be next year only.”

“It is a different feeling when the film airs on TV than its official release on the big screen. According to reports, Anurag Kashyap’s Phantom Filmshas teamed up with Lee’s POW! All the superhero films around the world are same so how do we compete with a ‘Spider-Man’ film, is a challenge,” he says. 2017-07-28T17:03:37+00:00″>
Published:July 28, 2017 5:03 pm

Vikramadiya Motwane’s last film was Trapped. Chakra: The Invincible is the first Indian superherocreated by comics legend Stan Lee. “Also in a lot of our superhero films, things are borrowed, I think audience can smell that. Top News
Jobs, facts and fictionTaslima Nasreen sent back from Aurangabad airport after protestsAkshay Kumar on poor success rate of Bollywood films: In South, they don’t spend more than Rs 2 crore on publicityDirector Vikramadiya Motwane, who is heading for the big screen adaptation of Chakra: The Invincible, says since India doesn’t have a superhero culture, it will be a little difficult to transport into thatworld. “It is going to be a challenge for us but we will give our best. It (Indian version) is in development. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App It’s more nerve wrecking as for this film they are the true audience,”Motwane told about Trapped that also starred Rajkummar Rao. Entertainment and Graphic Indiafor the project that Motwane will direct. Motwane, who has so far directed films such as “Udaan”, Lootera and Trapped, says the competition of superhero genre is worldwide.