After Indian success KGF 2, RRR and Pushpa The Rise, a conversation about larger-scale cinema and how the audience unconditionally accepts it, has taken hold. While Hindu films made such films a few years ago, the trend has gradually shifted towards the slice of life cinema. Directors such as Rohit Shetty, who introduced Sooryavanshi in 2021, who are still interested in making a spectacular film, remain a few exceptions to this trend. Ajay Devgn, who has been a part of many such films, opened the same thing in a recent interview.
Ajay, who was the first hero in Rohit Shetty’s ever-expanding field of police, told ETimes that life aesthetics always work with the cinema. He spoke of Singham and said that at the time, they did not expect the character to unite with women and children, but when the film was released, “many women came to us and told us that they wanted their men to be like Singham. “
Speaking of pan-Indian movies that just got the secret sauce, Ajay said, “I think these pan-Indian movies are right.” Ajay shared that the common man associates with these characters because their origins are very similar, and the fictional characters then move into a fantastic space that is almost aspirational.
Ajay is currently promoting his next film, Runway 34, which also stars Amitabh Bachchan, and the actor and director shared that much of Big B’s career in the 1970s was filled with these life-giving characters who teamed up with the masses.
Ajay recently announced that he will soon be working with Rohit Shetty on Singham 3. The actor was recently seen repeating his role as a police officer in Sooryavanshi in a portrait role. This was the first film after the pandemic, which brought viewers back to the cinemas and earned almost Rs 200 million at the domestic box office.