Batti Gul Meter Chalu actor Shahid Kapoor: Making socially applicable films is of pinnacle importance

Batti Gul Meter Chalu movie, shahid kapoorBatti Gul Meter Chalu movie, shahid kapoor Batti Gul Meter Chalu will strike screens on Sep 21, 2018.

The trailer of Shahid Kapoor’s arriving film Batti Gul Meter Chalu was launched in Mumbai on Friday. At a event, a actor talked about because it is critical for mainstream actors to be partial of socially applicable films.

Shahid said, “I have finished such films (socially relevant) in a past. Shraddha (Kapoor) and we have finished Haider together. That film was about a emanate of tellurian rights, a vast emanate in a state of Kashmir and in a North Eastern states. Then, we did Udta Punjab that was about a drug problem in Punjab. And, currently we am doing Batti Gul Meter Chalu. So this is my third film that talks about something we consider is a applicable amicable emanate and is something that people in a nation are going through. The kind of adore we perceived after doing those dual films was overwhelming. These are a people who were directly influenced by that situation. When we pronounce about these issues, it becomes vast adequate for a media to be meddlesome in it. Once a media gets involved, somebody has to do something about those issues as nobody wants to have a bad name. So creation such films and bringing them to a wider assembly is of pinnacle importance. It is afterwards not only party though also a shortcoming on a some-more tellurian level. That’s because we feel really unapproachable that we got this opportunity.”

Batti Gul Meter Chalu will showcase a emanate of electricity burglary in farming India. At a trailer launch, a actor also common his regard about many villages still not removing electricity and how he would like to do his bit to assistance society. He said, “If as actors we don’t select to work in socially applicable films, we will skip a event to do a bit for society. We are not creation a documentary. If we make one, it won’t strech anywhere. You have to make an interesting film. You have to take mainstream actors, so that we can widespread a summary as far-reaching as possible. This approach a emanate gets addressed to a widest probable audience.”

The film, also starring Shraddha Kapoor, Yami Gautam and Divyendu Sharma, is scheduled to recover on Sep 21, 2018.

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