Nithya Menen Says Content Is King Irrespective Of The Language And We Agree!
If you love movies, it doesn’t matter what language they are told in. Pink, the movie, recently got a retelling, Kabir Singh was also a remake. And now, the actors are also no longer restricting themselves to one language or one zone, they are moving. And sometimes, they have to start again. Their stardom gets them the movie perhaps, but they still have to draw in the audiences. And it is then that the content becomes king. Actress Nithya Menen is a known face in the south industry is all set to make her Bollywood debut in the multi-starrer film, Mission Mangal. Nithya also has a belief that it is the time where content is the king in every film and language is no more a barrier!
I don’t know about you but lately I’ve been watching the interviews of the entire cast of Mission Mangal and trust me, it’s super entertaining and will leave you in splits. Amidst all the interviews, promotions and the fun banter the cast members have, we got to know a lot about these actors. Nithya Menen opened up on how she doesn’t get the hype around the Hindi industry. “For me, Bollywood is just another language as I work in four different languages (Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam),” Nithya told Mid-Day.
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When the actress was questioned on why she chose to do a Hindi film about a decade after making her feature film debut, Nithya said, “I didn’t want to succumb to the pressure of doing a Hindi film. I felt that people weren’t able to understand my space. I have always been content-driven and that’s what worked with Mission Mangal.”
Nithya Menen also denies that one shouldn’t have be a Bollywood star to be recognised widely for your work. She also shared an incident and said, “Few months ago, I stepped out of a Mumbai restaurant and was surprised to see people asking me for selfies. Later, I figured that the dubbed version of South films are popular. It’s not necessary to be a Bollywood star to be recognised.”
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Helmed By debutant director, Jagan Shakti Mission Mangal is all set to hit the theatres on August 15, 2019. The film also stars Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan, Taapsee Pannu, Sonakshi Sinha, Kirti Kulhari and Sharman Joshi in pivotal roles.