Big-B lauds the progress in Marathi films
Mumbai [India], Dec. 8 (ANI): No one can deny the fact that Marathi film industry is presently in a real good state. The Shehenshah of Bollywood Amitabh Bachchan too admits to that!
The 73-year-old actor, who was recently at the 'Mahurat' of Marathi upcoming movie 'Bhikari,' said that audience's taste of films is changing and Marathi movie has taken a step to cater that.
"I have been noticing it for quite a few years now that Marathi movie is making a huge progress. The kind of films made, the kind of story line they have and the actors in them are beautiful. I wish it sees much success as I feel audience's taste is changing. They are now more inclined towards good films with good story in it and Marathi film industry has taken a step towards that. I wish them all the luck," he shared.
When Big-B, during the event, was asked to speak a word or two in Marathi, he asked everyone to watch his upcoming film 'Sarkar 3,' where he has spoken a lot in Marathi.
The event also saw Tiger Shroff as the other chief guest, who owes his career to the director of 'Bhikari' Ganesh Acharya.
The 'Baaghi' actor feels it is not his debut film 'Heropanti,' but the dance choreographed by Ganesh in the same made him what he is today. (ANI)