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SRK invites ideas for better films

King Khan has crossed six lakh followers on micro-blogging site Twitter. The actor has invited people to share ideas for better films. He has also suggested some ideas to improve...

bollywood Updated: Aug 26, 2010 15:49 IST

King Khan has crossed six lakh followers on micro-blogging site Twitter. The actor has invited people to share ideas for better films. He has also suggested some ideas to improve the quality of Indian cinema.

The excited actor writes on his Twitter page, "Thanx for half a dozen lakh followers. Now that we have known each other for 6 months too, let's exchange a few ideas for better films."

The actor has opened the Twitter stage for all to contribute creative ideas for Indian cinema.

Gimme ideas
"Please do send in suggestions for one thing u would want to see different in indian films & please constructive ideas not just inane thrashing."

Songs & dances no more interesting
The actor feels that it's time that movies should be more realistic and songs & dances should be less.

SRKTweets the actor, "Seems songs & dances to lessen or become more realistic. thrillers seem an idea...stories more involved with reality. good ideas great going."

Time for screenplay schools
The King of Bollywood also thinks that screenplays need to be improved.

"I think its not the plots that are predictable...i think our screenplays are a bit hackneyed. maybe time for screenplay schools...or courses."

Confusing subtitles
Bollywood baadshah also has problem with subtitles.

He writes, "..and yes subtitles need to be better. many times i read the subtitles to my own film dialogues & get confused did i say that...no way."

Game for biopics
The actor also thinks that biopics make for interesting cinema. He shares, "I am also one for biopics...not only of very famous ppl...but of lesser known ppl who have interesting stories to share."