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A growing biopic in Bollywood

Kathmandu - Often the film takes viewers into the fantasy world and interviews its characters and events. That is why film is considered a creative medium. But sometimes the film tells the story of an actual event or character.

Which is called biopic. In Bollywood, by now, biopic, the story of a player, artist, leader or a heroic, unexpected event has grown. By the end of 19, a dozen biopic releases have been released in Bollywood.

The last wave of the biopic is believed to have spiked after the hit film The Dirty Picture, based on Silk Smitha's biography towards the end of the year. Vidyalan Wallen starrer Dirty Picture not only made money at the box office, it also won three National Awards.
Then another biopic Pansingh Tomar, who came in 2, tasted similar success. By the time it came to 9, Riot, MS Dhoni: The Untold Story, Sarvajeet, Nirja, more than half a dozen biopices earned their name and price. Last year too, films like Padman, Sanju, Gold came out keeping up with the biopic pressure.

This year, the wave of biopic has increased in Bollywood. But the result is mixed. The biopic The Accidental Prime Minister and Gunda Nike Bal Thackeray, a biopic based on Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh earlier this year, did not bring any hope.

Similarly, PM Narendra Modi and The Sky is Pink were also on the list of flop biopic. Thank you, Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi, Super 2, Street Boy, Mission Mars, Batala House, Uri: The Surgical Strike, Saffron honors the biopic. The bull's eye and panipat are still in release.

Milan Luthoria, the director of The Dirty Picture, says the current audience wants to see reality in the film. Says, "The audience is starting to feel themselves seeing such a real event or character." But film critic Ajay Brathamaj is not particularly happy with the biopic that is currently being played on sports and individuals.

He says, 'There are no biopic specials. They are making a spice film in the name of a biopic following what the crowd wants. ' Old journalist Jayaprakash Chouksei said that making a biopic would be a compulsion to spice up the deal with the real story.

He also remarked that Prince Sanjay Dutt's biography was a fairy tale rather than a biopic. The watchman claimed that the biopic was unfair by making such a film.

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