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Actors Gossips: Divya Dutta: there's a bent to celebrate some quite mediocrity in Bollywood

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Actors Gossips: Divya Dutta: there's a bent to celebrate some quite mediocrity in Bollywood



Actor Divya Dutta lauds the OTT platforms for its democratic nature and also for providing a level-playing field.

She has been around within the show business long enough to understand the shift that went on after the OTT boom, and Divya Dutta acknowledges how the platform has been anything but a boon, regardless of what anyone else says.


“I think it’s a really democratic platform. It puts everyone in an equivalent place where you'll just be there whoever you're however you're. The content is put to the audience and that they can choose whatever they need, inconsequential of screen timing given in theatres and everyone that stuff,” says Dutta, who is coming fresh off the success of her two OTT projects — Ram Singh Charlie and Hostages 2, besides others lined up for launch.

So does she fear that the star system penetration can happen on OTT?


“As long because the audience is ok, it should be fine. Now, you see numerous actors who haven’t gotten their due, doing central roles in web series and that they are being accepted loved, and admired, the road is diminishing. Yes, we do have that thing that they might want to celebrate some quite mediocrity in Bollywood and leave the opposite stuff around. But with OTT that's just impossible. it's thrown directly at the audience,” adds the 43-year-old. 


Pointing out the entire routine of the cinemas, the actor says small films stray amid the large releases which may be a problem which OTTs don’t have.

“Theatre pe chhoti films ko ek addh show milta hai and badi films ko bahut saara. i feel it's nice that it (OTT) equalizes everyone and takes away that kind of typical star system out of the way,” she explains.


Dutta also gives tons of credit to the audience as she feels they need always been fair. “It is people at marketing and commercials who quite thrive on this type of numbers stuff. The audience has also quite changed tons. Before they said main tabhi picture dekhunga agar usme mera favourite hero hoga, now they're watching content,” the actor explains.

Having said that, the actor feels theatrical releases aren't under any quite threat in the least. In fact, she believes that whenever theatres reopen, people will throng to cinemas and she or he is additionally one among them.

“Let’s not escape from the very fact that there's the magic of theatre and magic of stars and magic of the large screen, huge grandeur and other people wish to watch it. I'm expecting Sooryavanshi and Aamir’s film. woh charm rahega bade parde ka,” she concludes.




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