There is a South wave that has caught up with Bollywood. Films like Pushpa: The Rise, RRR, and now KGF: Chapter 2 have done tremendous business in the Hindi speaking belt.
specially, audiences and critics can't help but notice South talent and their abilities.
During an exclusive interaction with IndiaToday.in, Nawazuddin Siddiqui shared his views on the current South cinema mania.
When asked about what he thinks of the recent success achieved by the South film industry with films like RRR & Pushpa, responded, Nawazuddin said, "Frankly, I haven't seen any of the South films.
But not only South, I don't watch commercial films. It's also because I am quite busy. Hence, I hardly get any time to watch films.
Does Nawazuddin Siddiqui believe that with the kind of content coming from the South, it will take over Bollywood?
He said, "See, the thing is, when something is successful, everything is about that.
For example, when a film is hit then the scripts that come to you are a reflection of that film.
We are so quick to get influenced that we start talking in the same language as the recent hit film. We tend to get similar scripts, dialogues and attitudes, which is very weird for me.