Ajay Devgn Recounts How Bollywood Has Changed Since Past Decade
Imran Asif Fazal |Jan 08, 2020, 5:09
Ajay Devgn used to work on 15 films at a time unlike now where he focuses only on couple of projects.
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Ajay Devgn will all geared up for his upcoming film Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior. Being in the Bollywood industry and surviving for a such a long tenure. Ajay Devgn discussed about how Bollywood has changed since past decade. The actor is all charged up for his 100th film releasing on 10 January. The story revolves around the brave Maratha warrior Tanhaji Malasure. The film has been directed by Om Raut. Saif Ali Khan and Kajol will share the space with Ajay Devgn as a lead character.
During an interaction with media agency Ajay Devgn revealed that how Bollywood has become more professional unlike earlier where stakes were very low. He said that when he started his full-fledged career actors and crew on the sets were very chilled. But now after a drastic change he himself has become more serious towards his profession. He also recalled that the co-actors and crew relaxed and had fun on sets. He also discussed that how he had to manage his schedule for 15 films at a time. Nowadays, he has to only focus on couple of projects so that the film completes on time.
He also misses the fun he had on sets earlier. But stakes being very high these days, he does not want to afford and take it easy.
Discussing about importance to complete the shooting on time with a tight budget has become a major task. He said that one has to be more focused on project at hand. Due to media pressure they are bound to get involved deeply into films and indulge in promotions. Earlier he says that hardly any reviews mattered and only film release dates were informed to him.Talking about his film, Ajay Devgn said that the story about Maratha warrior Tanhaji Malasure has been deeply studied. The sets have been widely developed to give a feel of mountain ranges and forts over it. Overall the film look promising and will be surely liked by the audience.