Drishyam Actor Ishita Dutta On Hindi Vs South Films Debate: In The End, It’s All Entertainment | Drishyam actress Ishita Dutta gave this big statement about Bollywood vs South, said


Ishita Dutta On Bollywood Vs South Cinema: The last few weeks have seen many debates and discussions on Hindi versus regional language films, with actors from both the industries voicing their views. But, the success of films like RRR and KGF: Chapter 2 fueled it further. Actress Ishita Dutta has shared her opinion regarding this. He said, “The films, which were Telugu, have done very well. The numbers clearly show how well he did. The word pan-India is something people were angry about, but with time, they will accept it.”

TV actors are also doing films

He said, “Earlier, it was said that TV actors could not do films, but that has all changed. Similarly, South artists are working in Hindi. It’s coming together now. Yes, it will take more time. Habits can change only when you make things available for all. But, I think after ten years, it will all be just one industry.”

He said, “Today the audience is changing. People are open to a variety of content… at the end of the day, it’s acting. It’s all entertainment.” Pointing to the Twitter spat between actors Ajay Devgn and Kichha Sudeep, Dutta said it’s time people stop fighting and talk about releasing their films in as many languages ​​as possible. Think.

Hindi is spoken everywhere

He said, “The whole fight that happened a month ago, I don’t think it has anything to do with not respecting other languages. Hindi is spoken in most of the cities. If a film is dubbed in Hindi, it will cover most of India. I think where Hindi is used, it is technical. Also, people need to stop attaching tags. We need to say that Bahubali or RRR did well, Telugu film Bahubali did not. Why add language to it? They are issued in other languages ​​anyway. Films should be called only films. Once we stop tagging, it’ll be fine. It is us who tag things”.

I started from South

Interestingly, Dutta made her acting debut in 2012 with a Telugu film, and also did a Kannada project. “The choices I made have been questioned by a lot of people. But, I never really followed the traditional approach (of choosing projects). For me, it’s about a story and my character, language. Not about. It’s about a performance. If I want to do it, I will. If you don’t feel the difference in terms of language or anything, no one can make you feel bad .Know what you are doing and keep at it,” she insists, adding that adding that medium is not even a deciding factor when it comes to career options.

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