What we should do as Indian Movie Directors/ Producers?

See, I agree there is a dark side of society in every Nation and not all are aware of it. Unfortunately, those who are not aware of it are exposed to it through Indian films. What is the point in showing too much negativity in the movies and spoiling our future generation?

Didn’t everyone like ‘Maine Pyar Kiya’, ‘Geetanjali’, ‘Independence Day’, ‘Jurassic Park’, etc? The most common things in these movies are there are no criminals in these movies except for some Extra-Terrestrials or dinosaurs. These movies attracted audiences like anything because the theme surrounding them was LOVE.

So, I advise Indian Movie Directors and Producers to stop showing violence in their movies to have a better future generation. The movies should be surrounded with true patriotism or love without too much violence.

I know you, folks, will agree with me! Remember what you sow is what you reap.

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Virgo Libran born in Kovvur. Making The World a Better Place to Live for All. Passionate, Professional, & Perfectionist! Evolving Spiritual Scientist.

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