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Big differences between Hindi and Bengali cinema budgets: Jishu Sengupta

Dayadra Mandal,Kolkata;

Superstar Jishu Sengupta of the films has now shifted to Mumbai. Jishu Sengupta, who has starred in Hindi films like 'Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi', 'Barfi' and 'Mardani', is n…







Dayadra Mandal,Kolkata;


Superstar Jishu Sengupta of the films has now shifted to Mumbai. Jishu Sengupta, who has starred in Hindi films like 'Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi', 'Barfi' and 'Mardani', is now on the side of Bollywood. He has also stepped on the digital platform. He will be featured in G5's WebSeries 'SkyFire' special character. Part of the conversation with them

Question: This year your tilt is more towards Hindi cinema.

Yes, I am shifted here. Earlier Bengal used to do three-four films a year and used to make a movie here. Now the work has increased here. Now I go to Bengal only for shooting. After completing the shoot of Mahesh Manjrekar's film 'Devdas Thakur' Dubbing is left. I am playing the role of elder brother of Vidyut Jamwal in the film. Family story. Has completed a show with Sujoy Ghosh. There is another film in which to play the biggest role of my career, but I can not tell about it now.


Question: How did you come to the digital platform? How did 'Skyfire' get?

These webcams have been directed by Soumik Sen. I had a Bengali film with him last year. During that time he told me about it. Later I did not know this show would offer me. I was shooting in Mumbai. I got a call from the production house. Soumik was sitting there. The same story was told which was first described by Soumik. My character's name is Dharma, which is a good person and helps people, there is also a twist in the character.

Question: You are working in both Bengali and Hindi cinema. Where does the content get more satisfaction?

Answer: Good movies are being made everywhere. Bengal has always been rich in culture and literature. I have also worked in Telugu film. Content is good in every cinema. All you have to do is choose the right script for you.

Question: What is the biggest difference between Hindi cinema and Bengali cinema?

Answer: Budget .. The average budget of our film ranges from two to three and a half million. While the average budget of Hindi films is up to 10 crores. There will be two hundred cinema halls in Bengal. It is not possible to bring every audience to the cinema hall. We are engaged in efforts. Now Bengali films are being released at national and international levels.

Question: What makes a creative difference because of budget?

Answer: It absolutely does. Creativity has to be molded according to the budget. We have to finish the work that we should do in Chisas day, we have to finish it in twenty days. It has to think about how to work in a lower budget. Your creativity works right here.

Question: How different is the process of choosing Hindi and Bengali script?

Answer: There is no language of film and songs. I do not see the language but my place in the film. Even if there is only one scene, but there I should get a chance to show my best. To say I am a big actor of Bengali films, but I have made guest appointments in many films there. The Bengali remake of Bengali film 'Rajkahini' was 'Begum Jan'. 'Rajkahini' was Bengal's biggest hit film. In that I played the character, which was played by Chunky Pandey in 'Begum Jan'. He was my first negative character. I was in the last ten minutes of the film. Still I had many big awards for that movie.

Question: Does not a remake of Bengali films like South Indian films make that much? What reason do you believe?

Answer: The culture of Bengali and Malayalam films is the same. These films mostly go to film festivals. This question should be from producer-directors here. I think, the movies that have become, they should make new content rather than remake it again. Although I am not against the remake at all.

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