Juhi Chawla : 90% of all movies that are made today are still hero driven

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While it is trusted that producers have begun giving more significance to ladies driven subjects, and on-screen characters like Vidya Balan, Kangana Ranaut, Priyanka Chopra and Anushka Sharma, among others, are administering the perch in Bollywood, Juhi Chawla has an alternate assessment.

As indicated by the performing artist, 90% of all Hindi movies that are made today are still “hero driven”. “I don’t think there has been a colossal movement. The greater part of the movies still concentrate on Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan, Akshay Kumar, and so forth. The rate of movies that have somebody like a Kangana sparkling in it is truly low,” demands Juhi.

Having said that, she feels that performing artists have been playing unmistakable parts in Hindi movies for a long time now. “When I think back, Vidya earned notoriety due to movies like The Dirty Picture (2011) and Kahaani (2012). Tabu was commended as far as it matters for her in Astitva (2000), and a couple of different movies, in which she played the hero. Thus, there have dependably been parts for performing artists that have helped them make their imprint,” says Juhi. In any case, despite everything she doesn’t accept there has been an adjustment in the sorts of movies that are being made in Bollywood.

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The main contrast, as per the performing artist, is that there is more concentrate on the charm angle. “Nowadays, there is an excess of accentuation on what performers look like. It is more about how breathtaking everything shows up – be it the performing artists or the area of the film. In light of this, I feel the nature of films, scenes and verses has dropped. Movies today scarcely have important discoursed,” says the on-screen character.
Nonetheless, with regards to rivalry in the business, Juhi feels very little has changed. “At the point when performing artists are competing for the same sorts of parts’, will undoubtedly be a little competition. Profound companionships can’t be manufactured when you are contending with each other,” she says.

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While it was trusted that Juhi was not open to working nearby Madhuri Dixit Nene previously, she shared screen space with her in Gulaab Gang (2014). “Madhuri was playing the champion in the movie , and I played the scoundrel villianl. Since my part was oppositely inverse to hers, I went ahead board. Had we both been requested that do positive parts, I would have said no,” says Juhi, adding that there will undoubtedly be rivalry among on-screen characters.

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