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Kartik Aaryan on South vs Bollywood debate: “it’s all about making good films work”

Bollywood actor Kartik Aaryan is high on success after his blockbuster movie ‘Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2’ did wonder at the box office. He has been offered many big projects since then, and his upcoming projects are a topic of discussion these days. The actor is currently busy promoting his upcoming film ‘Freddy,’ and he is going to do everything to make it a grand success.

During Freddy’s promotion, he shared his thoughts on the Bollywood vs. South debate. While stating his opinion, he explained how his film Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 was a huge box office success despite the worst situation in the industry due to the COVID pandemic. At that time, hardly any films were surviving in theatres, but he did.

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Here’s what Kartik Aaryan said:

In a recent media conversation, Kartik Aaryan said that people are comparing Bollywood with South Korea today after just seeing the success of their few movies. He mentioned hat when no films were playing in theatres, his film remained on the Housefull board.

Kartik Aaryan expressed his opinion on how audience compares the South and Bollywood industries, the same focus should be on the good films currently in theatres. According to him, one cannot claim that South films are doing better simply because “four films” have made a lot of money in theatres.

He further added, “It’s all about making good films work. It is an Indian film industry that either works or does not work. Films such as ‘Drishyam 2’ and ‘Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2’ have done well, but people only talk about the “four” films that do well in the South, not the films that do well. They only highlight successful movies. Their four filmwill run in real-time, but they will highlight it as if it were a race.

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Suryaprakash Singh


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