Many stars plan to switch industries and then discuss it. Recently, Malayalam actor Fahadh Faasil who is known for his roles in movies like Super Deluxe and Athiran among many has a separate fan base among non-Malayalis as well. The Bangalore Days actor has got proposals in the past from various industries but he is still giving a thought to traverse the new space due to the language barrier. Speaking to a leading daily, Fahadh Faasil said that language is a big barrier but he is happy that his friends Dulquer Salmaan and Prithviraj Sukumaran have made it to Hindi cinema.
Asked if he has any plans to enter Bollywood like his counterparts and close friends DQ, Prithvi, Fahadh replied, "I actually don't speak the language but I have started understanding the language, so ya, that's the big barrier for me and thanks to OTT, cinema is traveling now." Giving an example of how Malayalam cinema is getting more extensive reach, he continued, "Malayalam film is not only traveling in Kerala, it is traveling everywhere. The audience is taking efforts to understand the films of different regional languages. To watch the film, reading subtitles show the audience taking efforts. I'm grateful that people have opened up to that space and as of now, I'm happy exploring this space."
The content that Malayalam cinema has been creating is unbelievable and is getting a more extensive reach across the country. Asked about the same, Fahadh said, "It is a cycle that goes around in every industry. I think good content is all over and what I insist is the filmmakers from here going to Bombay and making films there. I think, all these will happen in some time and everything will come under the same roof."