source url Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, who is not only acting but also looking after the business part of his forthcoming film “Race 3”, says China is opening up as a good market for Indian cinema. During a media interaction, he was asked if as a producer and distributor of the film, he thinks China is a potential market.
http://armor-deck.net/edikpedik/477 Salman said: follow site “China is a good market for our cinema. We have released ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’. We are releasing ‘Sultan’ in China and we will release ‘Race 3’ also. I think we need to increase our number of theatres. Right now, we are still surviving on around 5,000 screens where China has extended to more than 40,000 screens. So, I think once our screen number increases, we will be able to have such business. With the small number of screens, we are actually doing exceptionally well. So, just imagine, if within 10 to 15 years, we increase the number, we will do great.
enter The actor, who has an action hero image, believes that action stories work well for the mass audience if they have high emotional quotient.
rencontres du g5 santé bbc three new dating programme “Whether it is romance, love story or a high emotional element, it works well. If I am doing action, I have to justify the reason behind doing such elaborate action scenes,” said the actor.
go to site Taking the example of some of his earlier films, he said: go to link “Look at the films like ‘Dabangg’, ‘Ek Tha Tiger’, ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’. It is always action and romance linked to each other that worked at the box office. Romance does not mean on-screen kissing and all, it should be a family watch. Romance should be in the eyes…”
go to site Asked if he is interested in experimental work, Salman said: watch “I did ‘Tubelight’. It is now one of the most loved films on satellite. The fact is that it was not an Eid release film where people are coming to watch a highly entertaining, drama and comedy genre film. When the audience is in a festive mood and they are offered a film where in the end they leave theatre crying, of course, the film won’t work at that time.”
(With IANS Inputs)