Rakul Preet Singh talks about the crisis of theaters and OTT platforms. He said that a film as big as Suryavanshi is a theater film and he would like movies to come out in movies.
Rakul Preet Singh is one of the busiest actresses in Indian cinema and her kitty has more than six thriller films. The actress has almost finished shooting a few of these movies. He is eagerly awaiting the resumption of their film as soon as possible. He is now awaiting the withdrawal of the lockdown, as he wants to redistribute his call-sheet for his upcoming projects.
“My two Hindi films (Attack and a film with Arjun Kapoor) were almost finished and I was supposed to start my third, in addition to the three films from the South. Now I hope at least one place opened before the other, so I can pick those dates. That is not how everything comes together, “the Hindustan Times quoted Rakul Preet as saying.
Rakul Preet added, “There is no point in planning an action. In fact, no one really cares when people feel comfortable leaving their homes, especially because the film shoot requires at least 100 people which is quite crowded. Everyone is hopeful that we are clean for the shoot. Got the cheat but it only happens when you know there is enough room for treatment. “
The closure of cinema halls over the past two months has hurt some producers who are ready to release their films in cinema halls. Some of them have decided to release their movies on OTT platform to save themselves from harm. The move has upset viewers. The controversy over the crisis is creating speculation in the media that some stars have objected to the release of the OTT.
Unlike these stars, however, Rakul Preet Singh said that he was at least annoyed about the platform and that the producers should have the last word on it. “A big movie like Suryavanshi is a theater movie and people want to come to the cinema to see it. I want these movies to come out in movies because the magic of the big screen is different,” said actress HTK.
Rakul Preet Singh added, “They want their product to come out because it costs a lot of money and they want a digital release. Once the films are ready it is the producer’s call that it should be released theatrically or digitally. They may come back, but if they think digital is right, you know they’re the best at making decisions. “