Everywhere Hollywood has gone, it has destroyed the local industry: Amitabh Bachchan

He told me, ‘Sir, it has become very difficult to make films because you have to make everything big.’ And then he spoke about Hollywood films. Earlier, it was only cinema. I spent some time with these young filmmakers and they think so big and massive. So, we have to keep re-inventing,” he said. Amitabh Bachchan, who has seen Hindi cinema go through various transformations in his career spanning more than four decades, believes the local industry will have to envision its stories in a manner as huge as its Hollywood counterpart does or else it will not take much time for it to get destroyed. an open house media invite .. BAADDUUUMMBAAAA !! They tell me, ‘We will do this and that,’ and I ask them, ‘But how will you manage?’. “He is making Bharat with Salman. So, they are used to seeing something and in some cases in perhaps greater quality than ours and they want the same from us. “I still believe that emotionally we are stronger but we will not able to match them in technology. This explains the huge success of The Jungle Book, Captain America: Civil War, X-Men: Apocalypse, Thor, Guardians of Galaxy Vol 2 and others in the last couple of years. and a bit of 102 Not Out! They don’t have any doubts about how to do things. They have the quality and quantity. We are fighting against them,” said Amitabh Bachchan. Big B gave a detailed response, in which he talked about the threat that looms large on the Indian film industry courtesy Hollywood. Mentioning his recent conversation with director Ali Abbas Zafar, with whom he is shooting for a documentary, Amitabh Bachchan said the director told him that it was getting difficult to make films nowadays because everything needs to be “big” to appeal to masses. The market for Hollywood biggies has existed in India for over a decade now, but it’s only now that the audience is choosing them over Indian content. He was, however, quick to add that young, contemporary filmmakers have the vision to re-invent the Hindi film industry. See the latest tweet of Amitabh Bachchan:

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102 Not Out actor Amitabh Bachchan recently talked about the threat that looms large on the Indian film industry courtesy Hollywood. and a most delightful evening of conversation , laughter, nostalgia .. Like, someone was telling me that Avengers is going to take a massive opening in India. They assure me they know how to do it,” concluded Amitabh. Today you have TV, computer, mobile and with communication coming in so rapid, you are exposed to stuff that’s coming from every corner of the world. For a Hollywood film to do that and then for us to compete with it is a big challenge for the Indian film industry.”
The veteran actor pointed out that Hollywood has killed industries of all the countries that it has entered and with its growing market in India, it’s capable of replicating that invasion here as well. But I have to say that the younger generation of our film industry are absolutely aware of what’s happening in the rest of the world. Chintu and myself on stage .. They have the money and the expertise. And they are spending a lot of money and energy to make their films equally big.”
“So, whenever their films come out, please don’t patronise them because we are fighting against an ogre of Hollywood from overtaking us and destroying our industry. pic.twitter.com/DnUuJmBuqB
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“Speed of communication and the alternatives that people have for entertainment has become so good. “This I was told in 1993, when I was on a causal visit to New York and I met some studios who were wanting to meet me and they told me, ‘You better get your house in order because India is the new frontier and Americans are coming.’ And everywhere Hollywood has gone, it has destroyed the local industry whether it’s England, Italy or Germany, they just come and take over. Related News
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