Happy Promise Day: 5 Promises Indian Cinema Should Make To The Audience

As the world is celebrating Promise Day today, as a regular cinegoer, we want some promises from the Indian Cinema as well! Take a look.

Happy Promise Day: 5 Promises Indian Cinema Should Make To The Audience Happy Promise Day: 5 Promises Indian Cinema Should Make To The Audience Source : Press


As we are getting closer towards Valentine's week, today is the Promise Day. While we know that promises are made or taken from the loved ones, but here as a regular and common cinegoer, we want some promises from the Indian cinema this year.

Let us just begin!

1. End The Nepotism Debate: From the past two years, we have been witnessing this Nepotism Debate. Enough had been said about the distinguished behaviour between the star kids and outsiders. Now we think that this year, there should be an end to the Nepotism debate as enough limelight has been given to the word.

2. Produce More Content-Driven Films: Films like Uri: The Surgical Strike, Andhadhun, Badhaai Ho, Bareilly Ki Barfi really did well. Apart from garnering appreciations from the classes, it attracted the masses as well. These films were successful as they boasted of mindful content and interesting storyline which made the audience remained glued to their seats.

3. Stop Remaking Old Songs: Rehashing or remaking old songs is the current Bollywood trend. While many old songs are revived with some additions to the music, we think that it's not helping. Old songs have their own aura and an although different meaning suitable for the situations, the current rehashed versions lack the vision and timing.

4. Enough Of Fake Biopics: Many Biopics were made in the last two years. This year too The Accidental Prime Minister and Thackeray released which showcased the life story of India's former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Shiv Sena Supremo Balasaheb Thackeray respectively. But it seems that these biopics are more tilted to the entertainment side and does not showcase the actual story.

5. Female Filmmakers Should Be Given A Chance: Meghna Gulzar's Raazi broke all stereotypes and set many new records. While it was a misconception earlier that male directors make good films than the female ones, Meghna, Reema Kagti, Gauri Shinde, Zoya Akhtar, and others proved everything wrong and came up with good films. Female directors should be now given a chance and a healthy atmosphere to come up with such good films.

Happy Promise Day!

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