Priyanka Chopra feels Indian Cinema is doing great be it Regional or Hindi and they surely deserve the awards given during 64th National Film Awards. She says Regional and Hindi cinema should be unified as it is all Indian Movies.
Priyanka Chopra’s unifying feeling for Indian Cinema could be understood by her latest statement. There should be no division between regional and Hindi Cinema. They are equal despite different languages, they are the depiction of true art, creativity, and passion. The Actress-Producer Priyanka Chopra received three honors at the 64th National Film Awards for her Marathi film production “Ventilator”.
She says that she is very happy that finally, the regional cinema is getting its credit that it truly deserves. They also possess the best storytellers and filmmakers who should be acknowledged for their impeccable work. Regional films are getting more exposure by this and they will do further well. She thinks there should not be any sort of comparison because it’s all about being Indian and proud of the kind of films we make.
“I don’t think there should be a comparison because, eventually, we are all Indian and these are all Indian films,” Priyanka told IANS over phone from New York, living up a deja vu moment — she was in the same city when she won the Best Actress National Film Award for “Fashion” in 2010.
She says that she is excited to see Indian Cinema as a whole is making such remarkable movies be in regional or Hindi and she says that she would focus more on improving Indian Cinema rather than dividing it to two different extents.
The former beauty queen has garnered accolades on her successful American Showbiz and she is in full swing after some successful Hindi movies recently. And moreover her production company Purple Pebble Pictures with her mother Madhu Chopra is also doing well with several movies under her banner like Bhojpuri entertainer “Bam Bam Bol Raha Hai Kashi”, Punjabi film “Sarvann” and the Marathi movie “Ventilator”. More are in the pipeline: Sikkimese movie “Pahuna”, Marathi film “Kay Re Rascala”, Konkani film “Little Joe, Kaha Ho?” and two Bengali films — “Brishtir Oppekhyayy” and “Bus Stop E Keu Nei” — apart from one in Hindi.
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