Quality of Bollywood Films
Bollywood films are considered so bad in quality that they cannot perform well at the global box office. It is a universally known fact that Bollywood operates at pathetically low performance parameters.
As Bollywood has become a family fiefdom, the sons, daughters, and other relatives of the veteran Bollywood film artists work in new films for peanuts to keep the costs in control.
Since Bollywood films are largely made for uneducated Indian masses, they do not earn much in the market. That’s why the revenue share of Indian films in the global market is less than 1%.
Almost all Bollywood films run just for a few days at local theaters frequented by moviegoers who don’t understand the meaning of content quality.
New Film WAR
The title of the upcoming Bollywood film that pits two actors, Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff, in a showdown against each other is WAR.
Director Siddharth Anand says, “When you bring two of the biggest and the best action superstars of India in one film and pit them against each other, you need a title that justifies the promise of a massive showdown.”
“Hrithik and Tiger will be seen going at each other ferociously and mercilessly and audiences will want to see who outwits whom in this incredible fight. WAR is the only title that could have delivered on this big promise and justifies the level of an action spectacle that the film is trying to present to audiences globally,” the director added.
Produced by Yash Raj Films (YRF), the film that also stars Vaani Kapoor opposite Hrithik Roshan, is set to release in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu on the national holiday of Gandhi Jayanti, October 2. YRF has released a teaser of the film.
Photo / Video courtesy: YRF
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