Sunday March 29, 2020

“Increase in Professional Responsibility is a Happy Problem for Every Actor”, Says Actress Bhumi Pednekar

Bhumi has a couple of heroine-centric projects lined up over the next few months

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Bhumi has a couple of heroine-centric projects lined up over the next few months. Wikimedia Commons

Actress Bhumi Pednekar is busier than ever, and she says that an increase in professional responsibility and fan frenzy is a happy problem for any actor.

“When you want to become an actor, you dream that your responsibility increases, that your fan-following and their love for you increases. You want to keep them happy and satisfied with your films, so it’s a happy problem to have,” Said Bhumi.

Last year was fabulous for the actress. Her roles in “Saand Ki Aankh”, “Bala” and “Pati Patni Aur Woh” were universally applauded, and she has great roles coming up. “2019 was really a special year because my films were appreciated by the audience. I am getting the love and respect at award ceremonies as well,” said Bhumi, at NexBrands Brand Vision Summit and Awards 2020.

At Filmfare Awards this year, where she shared the Best Actress (Critics’ Choice) trophy with her “Saand Ki Aankh” co-star Taapsee Pannu, there has been major controversy over “Gully Boy” sweeping the awards. Twitterati slammed the decision and #BoycottFilmare began trending.

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Actress Bhumi Pednekar is busier than ever, and she says that an increase in professional responsibility and fan frenzy is a happy problem for any actor. IANS

On the controversy, Bhumi said: “I feel each body or panel takes its decision, so I don’t think I am in a place to comment about what is right or wrong. We (Taapsee and Bhumi) won the award in critic’s category, which was decided by jury. I am thankful for that.”

Bhumi has a couple of heroine-centric projects lined up over the next few months. There is the horror thriller “Durgavati”, her first solo release as a heroine. The film directed by G. Ashok, is based on his 2018 Telugu film “Bhaagamathie”. Bhumi reprises the role of an IAS officer that was played by Anushka Shetty in the original.

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She is also waiting for the release of “Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare”, directed by “Lipstick Under My Burkha” maker Alankrita Shrivastava. The film co-stars Konkona Sen Sharma and was screened at the prestigious Busan International Film Festival. (IANS)

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Lucid Ways Through Which Cinema Puts an impact on Your Life

In this article, you may find some simple ways in which cinematic art puts a strong impact on your life and on society as a whole

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Cinema is in itself an Immense power, a power that has even caused revolutions. Pixabay

By Kashish Rai

Cinema is the greatest mirror for humanity’s struggle. You see this alternative world, but You’re a part of it. Everybody’s part of it…

 Honestly, it doesn’t matter if you are an avid lover of cinema or not, in some way or the other~ you have Laughed and cried along with films! Films in their own way can really have a strong impact on our lives. The comedies make us laugh, intriguing Thrillers can make us look at the world from a different perspective, Romantic ones can take us to a different world which will make us want to fall in love with someone, Tragedies can make us move and cry, and then obviously; Historical films may help us to Understand from where we all have eventuated as credible beings!

Every Movie in a sense helps you to form, transform your opinions and teach you something about your society.

 In this article, you may find some simple ways in which cinematic art puts a strong impact on your life and on society as a whole.

1. GREAT MOVIES ALWAYS GIVE YOU INSPIRATION!

The sole purpose of a movie is not merely entertainment, sometimes along with providing Entertainment it educates and motivates the audience in numerous ways. Films can make you think! Films can make you empathetic! They can make you feel Alive! Have you Ever looked at a Romantic movie and thought why Love is so important in some peoples’ lives and why is it worth fighting for? Some films can help you look at your own flaws, consequently helping you to Understand those around you more.

If you love films then You’ll know there is’nt one but many films in a row that would make you rise up every morning and look at this world with unfettered hope and optimism.

Pyaasa (1957), Anand (1971), Swades (2004), 3 idiots (2009), Dear Zindagi (2016) are some examples of Bollywood films that can move your heart.

Whereas some Hollywood films like The Pursuit of Happiness (2006), Bucket List (2007) have also inspired the audience to make our society a better place.

 2. MOVIES SPREAD AWARENESS ON CRUCIAL ISSUES

We live in a society where nothing perfect exists. This society needs a mirror, and the mirror is “Cinema”. Films play a pivotal role in spreading awareness on various sensitive topics that no one talks about and maybe do not want to talk about. Cinema has the Power to make us feel responsible and empathetic towards certain things which need strong attention.

Films like Peepli Live (2010), Jolly LLB 1,2 (2013, 2017)  Hindi Medium (2017), Toilet: ek Prem Katha (2017), Padman (2018), Article 15 (2019) are some moving celluloids that may grab your attention and give you a reality check alongside giving strong Social Messages.

3. MOVIES DEPICT AND SHAPE CULTURE

Movies often show what we believe in and how together we coexist as human beings. Movies have this power to reflect our concern, attitude, weaknesses, flaws and strengths. People from all around the world are able to watch films and Understand the cultures of various countries and communities. Movies can make you feel united with the world despite being diverse.

More so, when it comes to shaping culture, films have been shaping our values and beliefs since long. The way we dress, the way we want to look or maybe behave is Sometimes because of all what we see in movies!

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Cinema has the Power to make us feel responsible and empathetic towards certain things which need strong attention. Pixabay

At the very least, films solidify selected cultural beliefs and render some redundant.

4. MOVIES TEACH YOU THE IMPORTANCE OF TRANSITION

Film industry has produced many films that are Fact-Based. Even some of the films which are non-fictional~ in some way or the other they have always depicted the realistic picture of how the world was before and how it has changed with transition with the introduction of Technological developments in the contemporary scenario.

 Films can make you Understand all the positives and negatives existing in the world. They give you a clear picture of “how far you have come and how long you still have to go.”

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“I regard the Cinema as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being..”

~ Oscar Wilde

 Conclusion:

Cinema without a doubt is very impactful in the contemporary world scenario. It has more Positives than the negative. It should be our responsibility to pick up the right content as the right audience. Cinema is in itself an Immense power, a power that has even caused revolutions. Let us feel Positive about it, and let us keep cherishing it throught our lives!