Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India]: Actor-Singer Piyush Mishra did no longer mince his phrases while speaking about why Bollywood’s incomes has decreased than South Indian films nowadays.
In a communication with an entertainment portal, the ‘Gangs of Wasseypur’ actor said, “Directors of South Indian movie industries are greater clever, have extra IQ, and are extra innovative as compared to us (Bollywood directors). It is our foolishness that we are operating on the equal formulation forever”.
“Films from South India like ‘Pushpa’ are regular in their style with lots of motion, violence and flashy sequences, but it is provided to the target audience in a new way. I also labored in a South Indian movie named ‘Indian 2’ with Shankar currently. In my first experience working with him, I realized how innovative he was. He provides the very idea in several approaches and represents the culture higher,” the ‘Tamasha’ actor brought.
The ‘Gulal’ actor additionally stated that South Indian languages like Tamil and Malayalam are ‘ancient languages’ and elements of ‘very antique cultures’, which is why the filmmakers there ‘research very well’ on the ‘detailing in their films’.
On being requested whether or not movies that can affect human beings’ lives deeply are nonetheless being made, the 59-yr-vintage actor told ANI, “No such movies are being made in North India”.
However, Mishra did mention director Rajkumar Hirani and his movie three Idiots’ as one of the exceptions.
He additionally had a strong opinion against ‘Parallel cinema’.
“Commercial movies mean ‘artwork made for trade’. Hence, ‘parallel movies’ do not exist. Unless your movies are interesting a massive mass of humans, they can not be referred to as ‘cinema,’ and South Indian filmmakers recognize this,” ‘The Shaukeens’ actor said.
The ‘Bhindi Bazaar’ actor additionally expressed his viewpoints approximately the days emerging ‘Boycott culture’ in India against films, calling it ‘both right and wrong to an extent’.
Mishra, who’s also a singer, is ready to perform in Raipur as a part of his ‘Aarambh Hai Prachand’ concert collection with a huge band.
He is also writing a book titled ‘Tumhaari Aukaat Kya Hai Piyush Mishra’ (What’s your status Piyush Mishra?) which is an autobiographical novel set to pop out on January 13, 2023.