Re: Cheap copy
by Jagdish Arora on Nov 07, 2018 02:33 PM
It is very easy to copy the hollywood movies and our Actors are not expert in acting and copying is easy way to earn lot of money and people pay under the nose ticket prices of 400/- rupees for watching duplicate copies.
For original indian movies they will not even pay 5 paisa for old boring stories in which there is dacoits, gang wars etc.
the only hit thing of a indian movie is the songs by kishore kumar lata mohd rafi due to which people see the movies
Though from the trailer, Amir was not generating much curiosity or anything different, its for sure Amir will definitely add new dimension to his role and it will definitely be one of his best performances and the movie would surely be a hit with Amitabh also in pairing. But all said, after hearing that the ticket prices would be hiked, is it really worth to see a movie even if Amitabh and Amir is there after spending such a big amount. This is definitely taxing for the audience and the Govt. should put some strict rule on the limit of ticket hikes. Govt. should not allow production houses and distributors to hike the rates as they wish however expensive the movie may be. Govt. has to protect the interests of general and poor people for movie entertainment is one of the rare things which poor people should be affordable to see after a day's struggle and grinding. If the ticket rates are hiked, such movies should be a big flop. If the movie is well made, definitely everybody will see and everybody will recover cost and profits. Why then the ticket rates hike. Things should not be given away to the hands of business people.
Re: Jack Sparrow
by Subrata Das on Nov 06, 2018 04:54 PM
Agree totally with you. He "Amirized" the Jack Sparrow character in much the same was the 80s saw a lot of "Lahirized" versions of Western songs