Cirkus isn't 'going to change your life film', says Rohit Shetty: 'It’s going to give you…'
Rohit Shetty has called Cirkus a 'timepass' film. He added that the Ranveer Singh and Varun Sharma movie isn't 'going to change your life film'.
Filmmaker Rohit Shetty has spoken about his upcoming directorial Cirkus and called it a 'timepass' film that won't change a person's life. In a new interview, Rohit said that after watching the movie once, a person would want to watch 'this film again with your friends'. (Also Read | Cirkus song Sun Zara teaser out: Ranveer Singh romances Jacqueline)
Fronted by Ranveer Singh and Varun Sharma, Cirkus is based on William Shakespeare's classic play The Comedy of Errors. It is slated to hit the screens on December 23. Cirkus also stars Pooja Hegde and Jacqueline Fernandez in lead roles.
Speaking with Pinkvilla, Rohit said, “It’s a simple film I tell you. You come with your family, have a great time. You come out and I can challenge you if anyone asks how is the film. You will say ‘mast hai, timepass hai, jaake dekh (it's fun, it's a timepass, go and watch it).’ I will not say more than this about the film."
He also added, "The film is like this. I will not say that it is going to change your life film. No, it’s going to give you happiness. And you will be like watching this film again with your friends. You will say that I want to watch this scene again. This is that kind of film. It's All The Best and Golmaal.”
Earlier, Rohit while speaking at the unveiling of the December issue of the Society Achievers Magazine had said, as reported by news agency PTI, "Cirkus is for the audience who loved Golmaal and All The Best. It's that kind of a film. This is for all those who loved those films. I'm sure they're going to love it because I've watched the film. When we started off, I was just a filmmaker making films. Then, the kind of love I got from the audience, it became their film. So, I now make films for them, I take it as a responsibility."
Rohit is known for action comedies such as the Golmaal franchise and All The Best: Fun Begins. He has also helmed action dramas such as the Singham series. He debuted as a director in 2003 with the Ajay Devgn-starrer Zameen. Rohit has also helmed films such as Bol Bachchan, Chennai Express, Dilwale, Simmba, and Sooryavanshi among many others.