At the 22nd International Film Festival held in Shanghai, China, audiences are getting to see films from different countries in different cinema halls, and India's super hit Hindi film "Sui Dhaaga" is also shown in a cinema hall. Where the whole hall was full of Chinese audiences and the audience enjoyed the film. After the film was over, the film's director Sharat Kataria also answered questions from the Chinese audience.
The audience's questions were enough to explain why Indian films are very popular in China and Indian films are generally known all over the world for their dance songs.
In response to a viewer's question, Sharat said, "I didn't have to dance in my film because it wasn't the story and even if I had danced in it, the story would have gone astray. If the story is needed, I'll definitely sing in the next film, because I love dancing myself."