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Huma Qureshi at Tanzila Antulay's collection launch
Sonakshi Sinha at Trilogy's awards winning party
Soha Ali Khan at 'Cansurvive' charity gala
Radhika Apte at 'Max's Festive Collection 2016' launch
Tamannaah Bhatia at 'Tutak Tutak Tutiya' screening
Mahima Chaudhry at '2016 – The End' trailer launch

What we gain from Thrillers

Description: Why we need thrillers and crime movies in our society is not there are enough crimes arround us ?

Created by: shailendra Tiwari (Oct 04)Posts: 4

  • Oct 06Amitava Bhattacharya wrote...
    Amitava Bhattacharya

    Cinema is always the reflection of the prevailing social scenario. it's not the other way around. And crime, as an element, leads to mystery which keeps people glued into it. And that's what a movie is all about, right? keeping the audience hooked. So, thriller as a genre will always survive; the more real it becomes the more will it succeed.

    Paromeeta Mathur Banerjee

    Filmakers do make films which people would want to see. So these are things prevalent today and interesting to people. Hence these are made.

  • Oct 06Shafali  wrote...

    Another thought to add to Amitava's and Paromeeta's:
    Possibly cinema provides the common man a perspective, which she/he may miss thinking she/he is far from it!?!

  • Oct 08Amitava Bhattacharya wrote...
    Amitava Bhattacharya

    Interesting thought. It indeed gives one a walk-through of what's happening around. The intensity of the impact goes up when the viewer can relate with it. And as the audience is becoming more 'real', thanks to the high overdose of television melodrama which is making people running away from those Johars, Yash Raj type fantasy packages filled with all unreal elements :), the movie making in India is really on the edge of taking a huge paradigm shift in the coming days.