Rakesh Roshan on Bollywood Movies Failure: After Prakash Jha and Pallavi Joshi, Rakesh Roshan has also told the real reason for the flop of Bollywood films. They feel that nowadays those films are not being made, which can connect the audience.
Rakesh Roshan on Bollywood Movies Failure: After famous director Prakash Jha and actress Pallavi Joshi, Hrithik Roshan’s father Rakesh Rakesh has broken his silence on the failure of Bollywood films. Apart from questioning the subjects raised by the filmmakers, Rakesh Roshan also lamented how songs in films have taken a backseat. According to experts, films have suffered a major setback due to the cancellation culture. Talking about this, Rakesh Roshan said that if the films are made well, then they will definitely make a splash at the box office.
In conversation with Bollywood Hungama Rakesh Roshan Said that people are not able to connect themselves with the subjects on which filmmakers are making films. People are making only those films which they and their friends like. They are choosing topics that appeal to lesser audiences. A huge chunk of the audience is unable to connect to it.
Rakesh Roshan further explained how songs played a vital role in the success of a film. He said that the songs have now gradually disappeared from the movies. The filmmaker said, ‘You remember the hero from the old songs. Whenever you listen to old classics, you remember the heroes of those songs. Nowadays there are no songs in films, so there is no talk of remembering the hero. The only result of this is that it is very difficult to become a superstar in such times.
On the success of South films like ‘RRR’ and ‘Pushpa’, Rakesh Roshan said, “They work on all the stories even today and their way of presenting is completely different, keeping the demands of the people in their mind. If you see films like RRR and Baahubali, everything is seen in their stories. Rakesh Roshan’s ‘Baahubali’ resembles his film ‘Karan-Arjun’, which was presented on a large scale. The songs of the films are still popular among the audience. He further said, ‘Our Bollywood filmmakers do not know what has happened. They have moved away from the roots of Indianness. They are engaged in making it a modern cinema, which will work in only 1% of the population.
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