If people are bent upon imitating others, it's nothing to be proud about. Where's the point in vying to be Hollywood-like? Why lose the potency of our cinema? TabuUpdated: Mar 12, 2004 16:19 IST
|"Where's the point in vying to be Hollywood-like? In doing so we are diluting the potency of our cinema."|
Things have changed so dramatically in the last three years. There's been an invasion of ideas, even little girls know so much. Naturally, cinema is reflecting that.
It would do our cinema a world of good if filmmakers and writers strove to discover more shades to a woman's character and concentrated on fleshing out interesting sketches. Most filmmakers shy away from it because a lot of thinking goes into writing a female character. It is lot easier to write a male dominated character.
On apsara vs Sita
I haven't heard of many such characters where the heroine with a robust sex life and multiple partners is still seen as being desirable and acceptable as wife later. If there are few instances it has more to do with the different kinds of cinema being tried out today.
On comedy as a genre helping to break stereotypes
I think a good comedy in itself breaks stereotype!
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First Published: Mar 06, 2004 22:36 IST