Apparently Tutu Sharma thinks "There is a slight divide in the way films are made in India and internationally".
The ex-producer of Masala movies like "Rajkumar", "Gharwali Baharwali" and "Khullam Khulla Pyaar Karen" thinks that "filmmakers must understand the need for tweaking their projects to international taste "
He adds "The use of background music is subtle abroad, the use of music is much lesser...technically they are much advanced. So filmmakers in India should consider these small changes before taking films to international markets,"
Wait a minute...
What about having a real script for the movie? What will it take for these producers to realize that a movie has to have a script. It can not forever follow the formula of 5:2:1:3 ( 5 songs, 2 romance scenes, 1 rape, 3 fights) or 6:3:3:7 with a different set of actors in a different plot.
The movies like Peepli live and My name is khan were able to address masses across boundaries because they had a story to tell and not just marketing as Tutu saab suspects..
Tutu sharma's 'Tera Kya Hoga Johnny' is due to hit the theaters this Dec 17th after a long wait in the box since 2008.
'Tera Kya Hoga Johnny' will finally release