Karan Johar is preparing to release science-fiction drama 2.0 As a filmmaker, filmmakers filmmakers feel good filmmakers. Karan spoke with the media during the press conference 2.0 Director Akshay Kumar and S Shankar here on Saturday.
It has always been in line with the budget, scale and technology of South Indian cinema.
Bollywood asked her about her game, and Karano said: "I think the great movements of many filmmakers in the South have led to the movement of film cinema. 2.0 and it was there robotand a Baahubali, there will be movie shows. "
"We had a gumption, glory and guts, because we had success. In many ways, the South American film industry has acknowledged the narrative and technology movement in decades, stories, emotions, scale and technology."
Karano has said that the southern film industry is less likely to see filmmakers, but in a positive way.
"Some of us are stuck in a row. We do not get out of the wheel. We think we're still in a safe place, but we do not really have. We've all shown us and feel better."
"I say positively, because it encourages us much better. Until now, we have had a great deal of events in the last decade, the filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali has given him great movies shows, many of them, and because of that, thanks to the South Korean film industry."
"So, with more strength and strength of technology, narrative, emotion and success always be with them."
When Karan collaborated with two feature films in South India, he asked if he directed South Africa's film, he said: "No … I will direct the direct movies in the language I know, I think I will reason. The material is much better but with their perspective I hope I can do something in partnership. "
"I hope the movies will participate in our Dharma Productions, which is why, of course, I'd really like it … I hope that it will happen, it's a great fan of Mr. Shankar's work. I hope all of my films are recovered and made together."
2.0 S Shankar is a science fiction film written and directed by B Jeyamohan and produced by A Subascaran.
The film serves as a sequel to the 2010 Tamil movie Enthiran, and Rajinikanth repeats the role of Vaseegaran and Chitti, along with Akshay Kumar and Amy Jackson.
The film will be premiered on November 29 throughout the world.