Mumbai ,November 25 (CINEWS): Filmmaker Anurag Basu feels that movies mirrors the reasoning of a chief and as indicated by him somebody like Rohit Shetty can’t make a female-driven motion picture like a year ago’s sleeper hit ‘Queen’.
Talking at a session tilted “Female heroes in Bollywood Today-How Real is the Discourse” at the continuous NFDC Film Bazaar, the “Barfi!” helmer said a chief’s view of ladies is regularly obvious from the way he treats his courageous woman’s character in a film.
“Identities of performing artists and chiefs mirror the sort of work they do. Anand (L Rai) can make ‘Tanu Weds Manu’, Vikas (Bahl) can do ‘Queen’. Yet, somebody like Rohit Shetty can’t do ‘Queen’. It depends up on the sort of individual you are and the way you see ladies. For instance, Salman says a few dialogs which Shah Rukh will never say,” Basu said.
The chief released the dialog about the developing pattern of ladies situated movies being made in Bollywood, saying it is still too early to say that producers have turned out to be completely happy with sponsorship female-drove ventures.
“You ought not pass judgment on the adjustment in the situation by only a few movies. You need to find in the coming years where we are going and how individuals are taking it in and what number of movies are being made.”
Basu thinks more ladies executives and authors ought to make movies that give concentrate on the more attractive sex.
“Ladies situated movies have dependably been made. The peak of “Queen” and the consummation of “Earth” was same. I concur there was a slight hole. Ladies chiefs and essayists ought to come up and depict them more in movies,” he said.