Madhu Bhandarkar had shown the truth of Bollywood by creating a heroine, it is very black, the stars' shiny life
Mumbai: There are many filmmakers in the Bollywood industry who make films on true events. Filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar is one of them. Madhur Bhandakar made many such films like Heroine, Chandni Bar, Calendar Girl. In Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor's film Heroine, she told the truth of B-town Bollywood. He told through this film that the bright life of stars is very black. After the release of this film, he also faced a lot of opposition in the industry. The film Heroine showed the manipulation of the PR machinery and highlighted how cinema plays a role on the demands of men.
At the same time, in the interview given to the Times of India, many revelations were made about the death of Sushant and about the industry. Madhur Bhandarkar said- "After Sushant Singh Rajput's death, people are telling me on social media that everything I showed in the film Heroine is true. I have shown in the film what actors go through, how they Fight our own battles, things related to PR and rumors. ” The filmmaker further said - When I made the film, the people of the industry got very upset with me. I faced a lot of allegations. People also got angry.
Madhur said that I had learned a lot from real life, but when I made a film on the black truth associated with other places, people in the industry appreciated me and my work. But when I made a film on the black truth of Bollywood, the people there were angry. What I showed in Heroine is 95% true. I am an honest filmmaker and I stand by the kind of work I did in my career. I am not involved in any lobby or groupism.
Talking about the film Heroine, it came in the year 2012. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was first signed in this film but due to pregnancy she had to leave the film. After this, Kareena Kapoor Khan became the lead actress. The film also stars Arjun Rampal, Divya Dutta, Randeep Hooda and Shahana Goswami.