Rakesh Roshan told many reasons for the flop of Bollywood films, said – ‘Neither songs nor content mein’

Rakesh Roshan is celebrating his 73rd birthday today. The actor feels that a large section of the audience is unable to connect with the subjects of the filmmakers’ choice. He told in an interview that why Bollywood films are not doing well at the box office. Rakesh Roshan also spoke candidly about how songs are getting neglected in films, making it difficult for superstars to emerge.

Rakesh, who has directed superhit films like ‘Kaho Na… Pyaar Hai’ and ‘Koi… Mil Gaya’, spoke about the importance of songs in films. He said that Bollywood should learn from ‘Pushpa’ or ‘RRR’ because every single song from these films has made people crazy. He said that Bollywood filmmakers are trying to make modern cinema, but it fits with one per cent of the population.

Rakesh Roshan told Bollywood Hungama the reason for the films flop, Rakesh told Bollywood Hungama, ‘Hindi films are not doing well at the box office, because people are making such films, which they and their friends like to watch. They are choosing topics that appeal to a very small segment of the audience. A large part of the audience cannot connect to it.

Rakesh Roshan explained the importance of songs in films, he further says, ‘Another big problem is that less attention is being given to songs in the film. Earlier there used to be 6 songs in a film. These songs helped the actors to become superstars. Being a superstar is very difficult at the moment. You see the songs of Amitabh Bachchan, Rajesh Khanna… their songs used to be such an important part of the film. Songs played a huge role in making his films super-duper hits. For example, take Pushpa or RRR. Every song became a craze. So we should learn from his success.

Rakesh Roshan Emphasizes Origin Stories Rakesh Roshan also said that unlike Hindi films, Telugu and Tamil films still stick to ‘origin stories’ and are presented very well keeping in mind the ‘commercial factor’. Used to be. He said that ‘Baahubali’ is very similar to his 1995 film ‘Karan Arjun’, these films had songs that are ‘larger than life’ and hence people liked them.

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