Remo D’Souza who directed A Fying Jatt with Tiger Shroff in the lead says he has stayed away from using double meaning dialogues in his movies as he believes that films should offer entertainment which can be enjoyed by the whole family.
Remo’s upcoming movie A Flying Jatt also stars Jacqueline Fernandez in the female lead.
“In my films I never use these kinds of dialogues. I always make sure that whenever my films come, an entire family can watch together,” the director told the reporters.
The 44-year-old director said filmmaking is a huge responsibility, which should be used to teach children something valuable. “I believe film that films should educate people. There is a huge responsibility as a director to make films which can teach kids the right things and not wrong. So I’ll always make films which can teach something.”
A Flying Jatt marks the fourth directorial venture of Remo, who previously helmed movies such as Faltu and two instalments of the dance-film ABCD. The film stars Tiger Shroff in the lead role of a man with supernatural powers. – CINEWS