Jackie Shroff on OTT vs theatres: We say medium doesn’t matter but the big screen has its own charm | Bollywood

Other than movie releases, actor Jackie Shroff can be busy wrapping up the shoot of his a number of tasks which might quickly be prepared for launch.

Actor Jackie Shroff is pleased about the digital increase in the nation, but he believes that some movies are meant just for the big screen. Now, that theatres have reopened in Maharashtra, he’s hoping that folks would wish to head again to the cinemas and luxuriate in watching movies on the silver screen.

“Of course, we say medium does not matter… But then there are some films that have to be watched in cinemas and that is something we cannot compromise with. Bade parde ki baat hi kuch aur hai. It has its own charm,” asserts the 64-year-old, whose movie Sooryavanshi is slated for a Diwali launch this year.

Other than awaiting the launch of Akshay Kumar-starrer, Shroff can be busy taking pictures a number of tasks embrace Firrkie and Atithi Bhooto Bhava in Hindi and a few tasks down south.

“I am happy that now work has started again. We all trying to clear the backlog and bhaagam bhaag start ho gaya hai waapas se. I am waiting for all cinemas to reopen properly. Things have beautifully opened now and hope that all this Covid passes us soon and people are back on their feet. But of course we can’t let our guards down and all precautions need to be taken. Entertainment has continued and it will continue,” says Shroff.

Further commending the OTT platforms to maintain leisure alive in the nation, the actor, who has starred in net tasks like Criminal Justice season 1 and The Interview: Night of 26/1, tells us, “All these new digital platforms are doing great. People are getting digital rights, acquiring projects. OTT is a great thing to have happened to us. We need to adapt and that we did beautifully.”

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