Rohit Shetty is a great filmmaker and he is often in the news for his action films. These days he is in the news for his upcoming film 'Circus'. Ranveer Singh, Shah Rukh Khan, Pooja Hegde, and Jacqueline Fernandes are going to be seen in this film and due to this, the audience is eagerly waiting for this film of Rohit Shetty. However, amidst all this, Rohit has recently reacted to the ongoing dispute between Hindi South cinema. Their reaction is shocking.
Rohit Shetty's latest statement recently said, "If you look at the history of Bollywood, you will find that in the 50s-60s, there was a South. Shashi Kapoor's 'Pyaar Kiye Jaa' was a remake of a south film. In the 80s, when Amitabh Bachchan Vinod Khanna was at the peak in their career, a new boy Kamal Haasan sir comes to the cinema with the movie 'Ek Duje Ke Liye' to become a hit.''
"Sridevi Jaya Prada, the superstar heroine of the 80s-90s, is also from the South. His films brought a big change in Cinema, which was directed by Mani Ratnam sir. Ram Gopal Varma also came up with an action film with Nagarjuna. Veteran music director AR Rahman is also from the South. Many of Jeetendra sir's films like 'Himmatwala', 'Justice Chaudhary' 'Mawali' are remakes of the south movie. Which shows that the South has been around for a long time.''
Rohit Shetty also said, "Bollywood will never be affected, Hindi the magic of films will remain intact.'' Apart from this, he also said, "Bollywood will never be the trend of ending. When VCR came to the forefront in the 80s, people said that theatre will be out of business and Bollywood will end. Then with the recent surge of OTT, many people said that Bollywood is over. So such a subject definitely comes into vogue, but Bollywood will never end. "