Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, who made her debut in the Indian cinema with Mani Ratnam’s Tamil drama Iruvar, believes that the present time is the best for the Indian film industry as the content of different languages is currently ‘accessible’ to individuals through different stages and they know “our cinema nationally.’ Talking at a press conference in New Delhi, Aishwarya talked about the ongoing north vs South debate.
The actress, who has been busy promoting her forthcoming movie Ponniyin Selvan: I, said that right now was an ‘amazing time’ for Indian cinema and we need to break away from the typical way of looking at artists and cinema. People know our cinema nationally. She also said that individuals are wanting to see the cinema from across the nation. Aishwarya was quoted as saying in a Pinkvilla report.
Aishwarya also added that she thinks this is at last the perfect time where it has become accessible nationally through numerous stages. Everyone can watch the cinema for what it is, across the nation. According to her, she thinks we need to sort of break away from this conventional way of thinking and help our audiences, and our readers likewise to not slide into that typical way of viewing. She likewise said that art has always been founded by the audience, and has been valued so, have the artists. In any case, avenues were limited. The actress also added that today is a great time when it has become accessible to everyone and said it was ‘evident’ that people are lapping up cinema from across the nation.