nobody movie_Yash responds to Salman Khan’s comment “Why Hindi Films Don’t Work in the South”.

RRRa pan-Indian film directed by SS Rajamouli and starring superstars Ram Charan and Jr. NTR, recently broke all box office records and made history by taking third place on the list of top-grossing Indian films. RRR has surpassed Rs 1,000 at the global box office and continues to perform well. Before RRR, pan-Indian films from the South such as Pushpa and the Baahubali franchise, which earned big at the box office and entered the Hindi belt for their content.

Bollywood superstar Salman Khan joined the chorus of praise for RRR’s superb script and performances and recently stated that he was delighted that Ram Charan was doing so well. However, during his interactions with the media, Salman expressed his disappointment that Hindi films are not doing well in the South. “He (Ram Charan) has done such a fantastic job at RRR. I just congratulated him on his birthday and on the success of his film. I am very proud of him. It feels so good that he’s doing so well.” But I wonder why our films aren’t doing so well down south. Your movies are doing so well here,” Salman said.

Well, in response to Salman Khan’s comment, KGF Chapter 2 Star Yash, whose film has already broken box office records, told a news outlet: “So it’s not dubbed here, people became familiar with the content of what we’re creating. I think it originally started out as a joke for entertainment because they used to treat it that way on this show, but that’s because of the kind of dubbing they used to do.” Nobody used to give meaning to that space. But what works now, is that people have become familiar with our way of storytelling, our cinema, so it didn’t happen overnight, it’s been there for a couple of years and finally they started to understand the content, the expression of the direction and everything.. And then we got a direct connection with Baahubali, SS Rajamouli, Sir, Prabhas, they took this initiative, followed by KGF – it also came in with a commercial angle.

He continued, “There are many differences in our culture and that should become our strengths, not our weaknesses. If they can put in the time and give us, do something similar, in the end it’s all about relationship building, there are a lot of northern movies that are huge hits. We’ve seen a lot of Hindi star films, we all love them, but the market potential – lived it out, penetrated it – there’s definitely huge potential in what I feel and Salman sir is right on that point, but it’s not that we’re not watching, we’ve been watching them, but the thing is that maybe they should also look at other aspects than just releasing the film – like you work with people, good distribution, like us Excel Entertainment had here, they have to come up with good production houses – who can sell the film and I would like to see the situation where films are released across India and I hope that happens soon. “

Yash starred in KGF 2.

In the meantime, RRR star Ram Charan had also reacted Salman Khan‘s commentary, saying, “I would like a director from Hindi cinema to make a pan-Indian film that even caters to the south. Salman (Khan) said: I really love the work of Ram, Rajamouli and Tarak, but why aren’t our films appreciated in the south?” It’s so open and honest of him to say that, but I don’t think it’s Salman Ji’s fault or any film’s fault, it’s the script; it is the director who pushes these boundaries of “Hamara film idhar hi dekhenge, Hamara film udhar hi dekhenge’. Every writer should write films like Vijayendra Prasad (RRR) or Rajamouli and say ‘Believe in it’.” And of course I want to do an Indian film where I want to work with talent from here (Bollywood). I want directors to discover Southern talent and make bigger films so that we have bigger budgets and at the end of the day we see bigger numbers,” added Ram Charan.

Yash’s KGF Chapter 2 is slated to hit theaters on April 14th. Salman Khan, on the other hand, will be featured next tiger 3.

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