Actor Raveena Tandon says each movie industry goes by an uninteresting section the place everybody desires to experiment with newer topics.

Raveena Tandon is at present basking in the success of her newest movie KGF 2, which not solely managed to set the money registers ringing but in addition, began a debate about Hindi vs south movies.

KGF 2 and RRR, each has been storms in the field workplace, eclipsing the Hindi movies which launched alongside. People began evaluating the 2 industries and asking what are south movies getting proper. On this, Tandon says, “I don’t assume so, it’s only a section in each industry. In the south additionally, they attempt to make completely different forms of movies, and the identical goes for our Mumbai industry. You hear about each Hindi movie that has launched, however you don’t hear about each south movie that has launched. You hear solely in regards to the tremendous profitable south movies, you don’t hear of each Friday when one south movie should be releasing. We don’t know the destiny of the movie.”

The 47-year-old provides that all this chatter is ‘overhyped’ about what is true and fallacious in which industry. “Everything is true until it simply goes proper. We are conscious of each Hindi movie is my logic. Our ratio of counting success or a flop is that. Even KGF and RRR are ballpark figures. When you examine two Hindi movies’ enterprises solely, our movies have additionally achieved that nicely. Maybe one-two different Hindi movie will turn into tremendous duper hits, there’s no comparability, there’s no competition,” asserts Tandon, who performed the position of Ramika Sen in KGF 2.

The actor is optimistic and chooses to have a look at it as one movie industry. She explains, “Let’s first rely on it as an Indian movie. If our audiences pan India, then what North, South, East-West divide?”

Tandon confesses that KGF 2 has achieved ‘way more and past expectations’, and is grateful. “It feels wonderful to see your work getting appreciated,” she ends.

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