Tollywood Critics Should Retire After 30 Plus

September 23rd, 2012, 04:00 PM IST
Tollywood Critics Should Retire After 30 Plus

There is a constant war which happens between the film critics and the film industry. At the end of the day, the truth remains that both have to co-exist and live with each other but the difference of opinion always stands. But now, a new observation is making rounds among the critics circles.

They feel that they should retire once they touch 30 plus. Apparently, almost all the Telugu movies are targeting youngsters within the age group of 16-30. On the contrary, Bollywood has all age groups and there are matured audiences as well. But that is not the case with the Tollywood circuit.

There is no maturity in the film. It is either action or love stories so for the 30 plus folks their sensibilities are not matching. That is one reason why some of the recent movies slammed by critics turned out to be hits. Notable among them are 'Racha' 'Julayi' 'Businessman' and others.

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