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Jayasudha finds our directors inept

IndiaGlitz [Tuesday, April 10, 2012]
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Actress Jayasudha recently felt that when it comes to making realistic love stories, filmmakers in Tollywood are rather inept.  She feels that it is only in Telugu films that one gets to see the love between parents and children treated like melodrama.   "Recently, I watched Prema Khaidi (Mainaa in Tamil).  What a great treatment by director Prabhu Solomon!  This is how the screenplay should be.  We are failing to make such realistic love films.  Watching our love stories, one feels that our people are not capable of making better stuff.  Are we not talented enough (to make love stories of the kind made in Tamil)?" the veteran actress lamented.

The actress, known for her taste for mature entertainment, opined that it is always better to depict true-to-life films (love stories that seem possible) than to make unrealistic stuff.

Jayasudha does make a point.  Some of them may beg to disagree with her by saying that our people don't watch tragedies, but that is not the gist of her argument.  Take for example Sangharshana (Poraali).  Can we expect a Telugu film director to portray the scene in which the hero confesses love to Swathi, the way Samuthirikaran did?  Same goes with the aestheticism of a number of love stories from Kollywood.




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