Every Film is a Pan-Indian Film: Ranbir Kapoor | Exclusive
Ranbir Kapoor spoke about the concept of pan-Indian films in an exclusive interaction with IndiaToday.in. The actor will next be seen in Shamshera.
Ranbir Kapoor talks about pan-Indian films.
Ranbir Kapoor is tirelessly promoting his upcoming film, Shamshera. Directed by Karan Malhotra, Shamshera will be released simultaneously in Tamil and Telugu languages. In recent times, if a Southern or Hindi film comes out in multiple languages, it is called a pan-Indian film. During one of the promotional sprees, he said that the term “pan-Indian film” is like other terms that have faded away.
“I THINK EVERY FILM IS A PAN-INDIAN FILM”
For Ranbir Kapoor, Shamshera will not be his only film to be released in several languages. His next, Brahmastra will also be released in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada. Talking about the very term ‘pan-Indian film’, Ranbir told IndiaToday.in, “I think every film is a pan-Indian film. The story of the film, if people like it and watched by many , then it is known as a pan-Indian film. When a director makes a film, he tries to reach as many people as possible. If your film is strong and the story is strong, then it won’t just be a pan-Indian film, it will be a pan-world film.”
“PAN-INDIA IS A NEW TERM”
Ranbir added, “We have also heard such terms in the past which have faded, like the term Rs 100 crore club. So now pan-India is a new term. If you make a good movie, let it whether small or large, audiences will watch the film.”