106th Day Of Lockdown

Maharashtra2237241231929448 Tamil Nadu118594711161636 Delhi102831742173165 Gujarat37636267441978 Uttar Pradesh2996819627313 Telangana2761216287313 Karnataka2681511100417 West Bengal2383715790804 Rajasthan2140416575472 Andhra Pradesh211979745252 Haryana1799913645279 Madhya Pradesh1562711768622 Bihar12525933898 Assam12523833016 Odisha10097670354 Jammu and Kashmir89315399143 Punjab67494554175 Kerala5895345228 Chhatisgarh3415272814 Uttarakhand3230262143 Jharkhand3018210422 Goa190311568 Tripura171612481 Manipur14307710 Himachal Pradesh107876410 Puducherry104351714 Nagaland6443030 Chandigarh4924017 Arunachal Pradesh270922 Mizoram1971390 Sikkim125650 Meghalaya94432
Entertainment Bollywood 03 Jun 2020 Big budget films wil ...

Big budget films will wait for theatres, Bhagyashree says

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | LIPIKA VARMA
Published Jun 3, 2020, 7:40 pm IST
Updated Jun 3, 2020, 7:43 pm IST
The Maine Pyar Kiya actress notes that big-budget films are facing problems at the moment
Actress Bhagyashree
 Actress Bhagyashree

Bhagyashree finds that the situation is dire in both Bollywood and Tollywood. Though the lockdown is being eased and certain businesses are being given the green light to resume operations, she opines that the film industry still hangs in limbo in spite of facing major losses due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“I feel the most affected industry is the film industry. We all know that people flock to the theatres in big numbers to watch a film but this is one place which will open last. We can hope for the best though,” she smiles.

 

The Maine Pyar Kiya actress, who has a few films like Thalaivi and Jaan in the works, notes that big-budget films are facing the most problems at the moment. “Big films made with huge budgets, that were in their post-production stages or are only halfway completed are the ones in a difficult position.
While many completed films are readily going for OTT platform releases, it is a great loss to all the filmmakers. Also, those who have been associated and worked in films for theatrical release will obviously want to see their films in theatres only, but I feel films with huge budgets will willingly wait for theatrical release as they have pumped in a lot of money,” she says.

Meanwhile, Bhagyashree has been spending her time involved with charities and helping those in need. However, when asked about the same, she remains humble and chooses not to make a big deal of it. “I don’t like speaking about the charity work that I do as it lessens one’s value. I also do not want any publicity for it. I do support a lot people involved in protecting the nation, especially taking care of the people’s safety. We are enjoying all the safety because of the people who safeguard our country and countrymen. I do contribute to then, it’s my way of applauding them,” she shares.

...




ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT