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Big films are harming Bollywood the most, according to Nawazuddin Siddiqui: “These movies have no plot, bad acting, and people don’t like the actors,” one critic wrote.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui says the industry still believes in investing huge amount of money on actors no one is interested in watching, rather than give an artiste who people love, an equally big mounting.

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Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui opens up about the poor performance of Hindi films. (Photo: Nawazuddin Siddiqui/Instagram)

Nawazuddin Siddiqui isn’t about to back down. The actor claims that if the Hindi cinema business is unable to provide consecutive hits, it is due to its own lax approach in putting together a production with no story and stars whom the audience has repeatedly rejected.

Only a few Hindi films have performed well at the box office since Covid. With the exception of Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathaan, which made box office records, Bollywood did not fare well in the first quarter of the year, despite a number of blockbuster releases. Some in the industry believe that only tentpole films will now draw people into theatres, but Nawazuddin disagrees.

According to the actor, it is the lavishly produced films that are pulling the business down, as they are devoid of plot, storytelling, directing, and even performances. Interestingly, Nawazuddin appeared in a huge film last year, Heropanti 2, starring Tiger Shroff, which was a box office catastrophe.

“Sabse nuksan industry ko badi filmein he kar rahi hai” (Big films cause the most damage to the industry). Something that works at the box office for whatever reason is a rare occurrence. However, if you remove three films, 97 percent of the films fail. And they’re all big films. These are the films that are taking down the industry, yehi barbaad kar rahi hai.

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According to Nawazuddin, who is currently awaiting the release of his upcoming romantic-comedy Jogira Sara Ra Ra, the industry continues to believe in investing large sums of money in hastily put together projects with actors no one wants to watch, rather than giving an equal opportunity to an artiste people love.

“They take 10-15 actors, cast them together, and make a Rs 60-100 crore film that no one wants to watch.” These flicks have nothing and then fail. They have never taken a good actor and made a Rs 50 crore picture. There are two types of actors: public actors and industry actors.

The industry’s leading man keeps returning, but the crowd dislikes him. But if the public has an actor, the public is never allowed to see him.
Jogira Sara Ra Ra, directed by Kushan Nandy and co-produced by Kiran Shroff and Naeem Siddiqui, also stars Neha Sharma, Sanjay Mishra, and Mahaakshay Chakraborty. Ghalib Asad Bhopali’s script is set to be released on May 12.

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