Advertisment

Emraan Hashmi compares South Indian Film Industry with Bollywood; "South Indian filmmakers are highly desciplined"

According to Emraan Hashmi, there is a huge difference among the filmmakers of both the parts. While South Indian filmmakers are highly desciplined, Hindi filmmakers on the other hand tend to allocate funds in less productive areas.

New Update
aer

Emraan Hashmi compares South Indian Film Industry with Bollywood; "South Indian filmmakers are highly desciplined",

Listen to this article
0.75x 1x 1.5x
00:00 / 00:00
Advertisment

The 'Murder' fame Emraan Hashmi is one of the most starry fame from the 2000's Bollywood. Mostly known for his horror dramas and 'too-hot-to-handle' sorts storylines, Emraan prefers staying behind the glitzy world these days! However he was recently seen in the Indian spy thriller franchise 'Tiger 3' in a significant role of the antagonist starring along side Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif, and received a huge applaud for the same. Currently, the talented actor is gearing up for his upcoming Telegu movie OG, thus grabbing a lot of buzz within the entertainment realm. In-fact during a recent interview, Hashmi has expressed his sheer joy of working with the South Indian film iundustry and vividly compared it with Bollywood. 

Advertisment

Emraan Hashmi compares Bollywood and South Indian film industry

Advertisment

The OG actor, Emraan Hashmi has recently shared his experience of working with the South Indian industry and shared his contasting views on the same. Giving lights on the varying work environments, he went on comparing the goodness and badness of both the realms. According to Emraan, there is a huge difference among the filmmakers of both the parts. While South Indian filmmakers are highly desciplined, and their quality is visible into the screen. Mainstream filmmakers on the hand lack on investing in good scripts and presentation. "Hindi filmmakers tend to allocate funds in less productive areas," he gasped.

Continuing further he stated, "I think South filmmakers are way more disciplined than we are (Bollywood). Every penny that they spend on their film shows on screen. I think we often spend money in the wrong areas in Hindi films, and it doesn’t eventually translate on screen. They have finesse in their films when it comes to VFX, the scale, and the choice of path-breaking stories. We have some ground to cover before we can match that, and we have a lot to learn from the way they make films." 

Meanwhile, the actor also shared his sheer joy of working in the whole new realm of cinema wherein he never envisioned himself doing a one, as per he stated. Moving further, he exclaimed the OG's script is as marvelous as his character and basked Sujeeth's outstanding direction as he promised "crafting something extraordinary on a grand scale."

Advertisment

More About OG

After presenting his impeccable presence in the Salman Khan starrer Tiger 3, Emraan Hashmi is cuurently tying his seatbelts for his South Indian filmy debut though OG. Speaking of the film, OG is an upcoming Telegu action thriller directed by acing director Sujeeth. Made with a whopping budget of Rs. 200 crores, the film will feature Emraan Hashmi, Pawan Kalyan, Sriya Reddy, Priyanka Mohan and renown Tamil actor Arjun Das. Set to release in September 27, 2024, the movie will be avaialble in Tamil, Telegu, Hindi, Malayalam and Kannada respectively. 

Advertisment

Stay updated with the latest news headlines.

Follow us:
Advertisment
Advertisment
Latest Stories
Advertisment