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Neil Nitin Mukesh Criticises Bollywood For Remaking Movies Instead Of Coming Up With Original Ideas

Neil Nitin Mukesh made his launching as a leading actor with Sriram Raghavan’s 2007 film Johnny Gaddar in which his performance was lauded by the critics. For many years, the star featured in films like Prison, 7 Khoon Maaf, New York City, Players, Prem Ratan Dhan Payo to name a few.

Lately in a conversation with Hindustan Times, Neil knocked Hindi filmmakers and writers for remaking films as opposed to concentrating on original ideas and also materials.

The star said that there are numerous sub-genres, like psychological thrillers, political thrillers, horror thrillers, and more adding that he is curious to recognize why any kind of filmmaker isn’t discovering those categories.

Neil was priced quote as claiming, “There are different sub-genres, like mental thrillers, political thrillers, horror thrillers as well as so on. We are still remaking films instead of coming up with original ideas and content.

Discussing exactly how an actor’s well worth is only established by commercial success, he exposed that he attempts to strike a balance by doing all sort of films.

“I believe that in showbiz, I have to be a little practical and also strike an equilibrium. The reality is that, not just in our industry, however amongst the target market also, the general understanding of an actor is based upon his commercial success. While I like belonging of a film like Prison, I will certainly additionally do entertainers like Players as well as Prem Ratan Dhan Payo,” the taboid estimated him as stating.

Workwise, Neil Nitin Mukesh was last seen in Prabhas-Shraddha Kapoor starrer Saaho. His upcoming release is Ankush Bhatt’s delayed film Firrkie along with Jackie Shroff and Kay Menon.

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