Mumbai: Veteran actor Anil Kapoor, who created curiosity about his upcoming work with recognized director Shekhar Kapur, says that although technical progress has made it easier for the new generation to make films like Mr India can not guarantee a movie success.
Kapur on Friday, published a sincere photo in the social media of their meeting and wrote: "Discussing the appearance of the next 'Mr India 2` or another movie together?
Speaking of his meeting with Kapur, Anil told IANS: "Yes, we are talking about something, but it is too early to talk about … Shekhar and we continue to meet whenever we have an opportunity because we are really good friends. all these years. "
"They are always like two friends, who are" a kid in the heart ", who is not always talking about one thing at times … just exchanging thoughts is also great," he added.
Released in 1987 "Mr. India" was one of the commercially successful sci-fi movies.
He talked about the story of a poor who shelters orphans. After discovering the scientist's invisible homeland, he went up to the occasion and struggled to save his children and all of India from the clusters of a villain called Mogambo.
Has technical progress made it easier for the new generation to make such films?
"This is true when we did Mr. India, technical progress was not as great as we have today, but only the use of technology can not make a movie successful." Whether it is "Hhshvhhhhhhhhanhhhhhan or for Mr. India, "people talk about character, meaning, history."
"Now, there are films that have box office success as well as archival value. Some films can not get to the box office but get on the shelf, one can not count on it as an actor," he added.
Currently, Anil is busy shooting for director Anees Bazmee "Pagalpanti". He is also producing films with the banner Anil Kapoor Films Company.
Anil, which has feature films such as "Aisha", "Khubsoorat", "Veere Di Wedding", said: "Rhea (Kapoor) is really working on a lot of things and I will make the announcement You see, I am one of those people who believe in investing time and effort in the pre-production "
He added, "Whether it's scripting, how we channel the creative idea to the screen, and if the idea of the kernel meets this way by announcing and shooting is the execution section, which becomes easier when we have a good story in hand, that is, well researched."
Recently, TV actor Hina Khan walked the red carpet at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival to launch Bollywood's debut album "Lines" and one of the authors of a film magazine made a distinctive comment on her presence on the small screen .
Since the 62-year-old actor has explored the small screen and digital platforms along with cinema, he was asked if the television actors were staring under movie stars.
Without commenting directly on the issue, he said: "At international level, television actors are equally respected, and the gap between television and film goes away, but cinema has its size and everyone wants to see their face in these 70 km error too. "