Siddharth blasts at 'Power politics' in Film Industry
With Dasari Narayana Rao voicing his displeasure over the monarchism of few distributors and producers in film distribution field, now others are openly criticizing the 'system'. Actor Siddharth who is known for speaking his heart out has come up with few blasting statements against the power politics in cinema industry.
Siddharth opines that bad cinema is being encouraged in the current system. He also showed his concern over the small films being left unreleased due to big releases. "Every rule of the free market is being violated in film distribution today. This encourages bad cinema as it becomes financially justifiable. We have more screens in India today per sq. km than ever before, and yet 100s of films are doomed to never release because of the politics! Everytime I meet a filmmaker with a completed film lying unreleased,it breaks my heart. The system is harshest on the most talented. Strange!" Sid posted on his Twitter page.
The actor is also not pleased with the fact that big films should release alone in the current business module. He said that earlier there used to be four to five releases at a time. "We grew up at a time when 4-5 films released together and if they were good, they did well. Today, big films release alone. Power talks!" Siddharth has put it in words so perfectly that no one could really contradict with him. We would hear more voices on this issue in the coming days.