Siddhanth Kapoor notes that someone had to start shooting movies in cinemas because that’s the only way things could start getting close to normal.
By Juhi Chakraborty
Posted on Sep 08, 2021 04:12 PM IST
Yes, cinemas have reopened and films have been released, but the public remains on the fence about going to theaters, Siddhanth Kapoor feels.
the actor who portrays Month It was a theatrical version saying that it would take at least another year for people to be able to watch movies in movie theaters at full capacity.
Of course the audience is not (ready) and that’s true. It will be difficult to bring them back to the cinemas. I don’t think people will be going to see movies in huge numbers in the next six months. I don’t think he will be at his full potential next year,” Kapoor shares.
The 37-year-old adds that the impact of the pandemic will last for a long time and that it will take some time to resume normal life.
It is a very bad pandemic that has infected everyone. People are going through a lot of issues. Honestly for me, going to the cinemas and everything just doesn’t make sense now because we need to vaccinate ourselves. We need to be careful for next year for sure. This virus will mutate further and it will not be easy,” he warns.
But despite the fear among the people, Kapoor notes that someone had to start shooting movies in cinemas because that’s the only way things could start getting close to normal.
“The cinemas had to reopen. Chahe zyada’s audience is Hey Na Ho, we have to slowly start normal life again,” Kapoor adds.
He’s happy because they are both Bill Bottom And Month Take this step.
“The most brave and daring people in the industry, industry warriors Akshay Kumar and Amitabh Bachchan did. We needed to pout an accelerator and Bill Bottom and follow us with Month. We have taken a good stand, Amit and our producer. They stuck with their decision and now it’s being rolled out in cinemas. Now people will see this and get that confidence to shoot their movies too. It’s a great start.”