Stree could be a game-changer for the horror comedy genre: Aparshakti Khurana.
Aparshakti Khurana says trusting that cinema will induce modification is expecting tons from a medium that primarily entertains. The actor, who is as doubtful nevertheless an amiable Bittu in Stree, a horror-comedy with a seditious message of regarding and treating ladies with respect, however, believes one will become tuned in to a subject matter if the story is well told.
“Whenever you are trying to evangelize one thing, people won’t let it settle for or invite it into their lives. However, if it’s same during a light way manner, people comprehend it better and it’s as true for films because it is also for life.
“Films are never meant as solutions, they merely give us a topic of distraction and bear the value of the entertainment they provide. You’ll be able to become aware thereupon. Nobody watches Paan Singh Tomar and becomes an athlete. You simply return and sleep with it,” he said during an interview.
Aparshakti, younger brother to actor Ayushmann Khurrana, made his debut with autobiographical sports drama Dangal in 2016, says he was intrigued by the story of Stree, that has clad to be a dark horse at the box office.
“It is a very real story with the real world and real actors. Whenever you are trying to mention one thing in a sincere manner, it gets communicated regardless of what the genre. The film would possibly modification to the manner people see horror genre in the country,” he says.
After Stree, the actor is trying forward to Rajma Chawal and Luka Chhupi.