Deepak Tijori Won't Seek Help from Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan Despite Being Part of the 90s Clan: 'It's Not Like We Meet Every Day' 90: Bollywood News - Bollywood Hungama - Latest Global News

Deepak Tijori Won’t Seek Help from Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan Despite Being Part of the 90s Clan: ‘It’s Not Like We Meet Every Day’ 90: Bollywood News – Bollywood Hungama





Actor and filmmaker Deepak Tijori is unhappy but not angry. As he talks about his past, he looks back with affection. His latest film last weekend Tipppsy Approved. The director spoke about how he hopes it doesn’t fall prey to multiplexes that don’t allow it to be staged properly.

Deepak Tijori won’t ask Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan for help despite being part of the 90s clan: ‘It’s not like we meet every day’

“It’s a satisfaction that we made a satisfactory film,” says Deepak Tijori at the beginning of the interview, “but the challenge was to give it a good, proper release.” It is the sixth in his career as a director , having already appeared in blockbusters Aashiqui, Khiladi, Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar, Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa, Ghulam and Baadshah.

In an interview with Indianexpress, Deepak spoke about the 90s phase and how he would party with his friends Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan and Salman Khan. “The biggest challenge that almost all directors face is that… the box office is controlled based on the star system that has existed for 40 to 50 years. Nothing has changed to this day. It’s probably easier to make a film when you have the stars and actors by your side. I was an actor before and switched to filmmaking when I wanted to tell stories. Since this star system exists, it becomes a difficult situation…” he shared.

He also talked about how independent producers are struggling and why he never tried to praise his superstar friends. He said: “The battle starts at the time of release when there are independent producers. National chains support studios, often feeding them food. That’s why they give priority to the studios that regularly provide them with content. Today, if you have a decent star on board but no studio, even he can’t get a decent production in theaters. So the business has undergone a major change that has nothing to do with content or quality, and everything to do with who delivers movies to you every month. I realized it when I was at my sales house. Even though Panorama is a big distributor, I still didn’t see a single evening show in the whole of Mumbai. My film is a crime thriller, the audience comes in the evening, but I wasn’t assigned a single performance. So my whole fight was about who to fight. They expected people to leave at 1 or 4 p.m. Independent producers must fight this battle hard.”

When asked about his struggle with exposure and whether it was a heartbreaking realization for the actor-filmmaker, he replied, “Multiplexes have their own permutation combination, that’s a situation you can’t fight against.” Since they are private ones Ownership, we must submit to this monopolistic trade that has existed and co-existed for a long time. The studios are happy with it. But this is a mode that has emerged in the last decade. That wasn’t the case before. It used to be fair and everyone was given a certain share. Independent producers should get a decent exposure.”

“They are still very nice, whenever I meet Shah Rukh or Aamir or any of the guys I worked with, they were nice. We were best friends back then, but obviously over the years I’ve chosen to make independent films that aren’t very conventional, my themes are different. My debut film was about strippers! The same theme came to the screen years later Desi Boyz! If there’s a story that I should go to Shah Rukh or Aamir with, I wouldn’t hold back, but right now no… I never want to be in a situation where they’re like, “Achcha, let’s.” Think about it because he is a friend.’ No, only if I feel I have a worthy story for them,” he shared that having access to superstars doesn’t make the process any easier as he wouldn’t approach them unless he finds his script worthy enough to introduce.

“When we work together, we are best friends. Once we move away, we’ll still be friends, but it’s not like we meet at parties every day. This is what happens when you’re in a clan. There was a time when we were in a clan in the 90s, we used to celebrate together, whether it was Shah Rukh, Pooja (Bhatt), Raveena (Tandon), Ashutosh Gowariker, Rahul Roy, we all celebrated. We don’t stay the same age, so obviously we grow. As we begin to grow and live in our spaces, the fact remains that when we meet, we become what we were again. I’m lucky to have developed that bond with most of the people I’ve worked with, be it in the ’90s or today.” He concluded by talking about his friendships in the industry.

Also read: Deepak Tijori reveals his quote was misinterpreted by Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh: “I NEVER said that. “This Ghatiyan quote was made.”

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