Raveena Tandon: The film business has changed for good..

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Mumbai, March 8 (CINEWS): On the off chance that the last couple of months in Bollywood are anything to pass by, ladies driven movies arrive to sit tight.

With the late Sonam Kapoor starrer Neerja getting rave audits and all the more such movies hitting the theaters this year, on Women’s Day, we investigate how producers have turned out to be more certain about throwing ladies assuming solo lead parts in their movies.

Movie producer Omung Kumar, whose biopic on Indian boxer Mary Kom, featuring performing artist Priyanka Chopra, was basically refreshing, is presently prepared with his next directorial, which will see performer Aishwarya Rai Bachchan assume a vital part.

Discussing female performing artists conveying a film totally all alone, Kumar says, “Individuals’ brains have opened up and they have begun tolerating new things. In the most recent two years, such movies have begun working. Why ought to a male performing artist be the one and only pulling off a film all alone? Indeed, even a female on-screen character can do it.”

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Performer Divya Dutta, who is known for her adaptable parts in substance driven movies like Bhaag Milkha Bhaag and Badlapur, feels that giving ladies a chance to take charge of the film is a danger that producers are willing to take nowadays.

“Picking female driven parts is an extremely intense decision. In any case, I might likewise want to offer credit to executives for thinking out about the container and the group of onlookers for praising the endeavors.”

Notwithstanding, producer Prakash Jha’s as of late discharged film, Jai GangaaJal, which has Priyanka playing an intense cop, says that a great deal relies on upon the narrative of the film. “I didn’t compose the narrative of my film feeling that I need a female driven plot. My story requested that I ought to cast a performing artist. Nowadays, the stories enjoyed by the group of onlookers are driven by female on-screen characters,” says Jha.

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On-screen character Raveena Tandon feels that the late change in filmmaking has just done useful for the film business.

“The scene of Bollywood has changed. Producers are concentrating on ladies situated motion pictures. No driving on-screen character would have done what Priyanka did in Mary Kom. These progressions are great. The creators, performers and the audience…the film industry has changed for good,” says the on-screen character.

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