South Indian industry is always coming up with new concepts and ideas. Their content creators genuinely put effort into creating concepts that show the calibre in the calibres when the audience could not stop themselves from shouting in the theatres.
On the other hand, the Bollywood industry is going to make remakes one by one all the time and has stopped generating ideas which attracts the audience. Somewhere the south Indian industry is copying other industries’ concepts. Now The megastar Ram Charan has shared his opinion on the remakes of the movie that how remakes somewhere spring the cinema halls' craze from the audience's mind.
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In a recent interview with the news media, megastar Ram Charan was asked several questions, where one question was also asked a reporter to him what he thinks about the remakes in the movies, and then pair the audience through these remakes. The reporter's question grabbed the whole attention of whoever was present in that interview.
The question and answers of the megastar have become a hot topic after the interview. He accepted that remakes in OTT platforms are going to face issues. Viewers who have already watched the movie on the OTT platform will not come to the theatres to watch the movie. He also said because superstars are doing remakes so that might attract the audience to the Theatres.
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Mega families are known for doing remakes. Chiranjeevi has done two remakes of the movie in the last four years. Whereas Pawan Kalyan also rarely wrote the original Script. In this scenario, Charan's response to a question on remakes is interesting. In fact, he was the one who suggested Lucifer remake to Chiranjeevi. Fans are also against remakes, and they are attributing fewer openings to remakes. Godfather hasn’t garnered star hero-level openings due to poor buzz. Lucifer was watched by a lot of Telugu youth on OTT.
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Remakes are a bygone concept when there is a chance to watch the authentic with subtitles. Most of the time, the essence of the unblemished is lost in the remake. Chiranjeevi supported these assertions by saying that remakes can be better than originals and are riskier. Still, when the original is freely unrestricted what is the point of eyeing a remake? These questions have to be intensely thought about when fans are against the notion of mega heroes doing remakes.