Filmmaker Karan Johar, who is preparing for the launch of the science fiction drama 2.0 As a film distributor, the southern film industry has made Hindu filmmakers feel inferior in a good way. Karan was interacting with the media at a press conference of 2.0 along with film antagonist Akshay Kumar and director S Shankar here on Saturday.
Cinema in South India has always been ahead in terms of budget, scale and technology.
Asked how Bollywood needs to improve his game, Karan said: "I think the great moves of many of the southern filmmakers have encouraged this movement even in Hindi cinema. I think it's because there is 2.0 and there was a Robotit is a Baahubali, that there will be movie shows that will really follow them. "
"In many respects, the southern film industry pioneered this movement of knowing narrative and technology for decades, they get their stories, emotions, scale, and technology beat. in ".
Karan said the southern film industry has made Hindu filmmakers feel inferior, but in a positive way.
"Some of us get stuck in a rut, we do not get out of this rut, we believe we're in a safe place, but the truth is we're not, they taught us and made us feel inferior in a good way."
"I say this positively because it encourages us to do a lot better." So far, we have had very few major events in the last decade, especially by filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali, who has given beautiful movie shows, but now you will see a flood and an infinity of them and thanks to the southern film industry. "
"So, more power, and may the strength of technology, narrative, emotion and success always be with them."
Since Karan has collaborated with two major South Indian films when asked if he will ever direct a South Indian movie, he said, "No … I will always say films in the language I know because I believe I will be able to justify the material is much better, but collaborating with their vision is something I hope I can always do. "
"I hope I have the opportunity where the films will come to us at Dharma Productions, which is of course the best of the group … I am hopeful that this will happen.I am someone who is a big fan of Shankar's work, so I hope he brings all his movies to me and then we can do it together. "
2.0 is a science fiction action film written and directed by S Shankar, co-written by B Jeyamohan, and produced by The Subaskaran.
The film serves as a continuation of the Tamil 2010 film Enthiranand features Rajinikanth replaying the roles of Dr. Vaseegaran and Chitti, alongside Akshay Kumar and Amy Jackson.
The film is set for a worldwide release on November 29th.