Filmmaker Onir Tweets About “Small Budget Indies” In Response To Karan Johar’s Post On Box Office Battles


“Big Bollywood blockbusters get very upset whenever they encounter another big budget release the same day,” tweeted Onir, a National Award-winning director. A day following Karan Johar mysteriously hinted at the Merry Christmas producers for releasing the film on the same day as Yodha, which is supported by Dharma Productions, director Onir has discussed his thoughts on major box office disputes in Bollywood. A National Award-winning director named Onir tweeted,

“Big Bollywood releases get so upset when there is another big budget release on exactly the same date while they speak about the fact that we must all care for one another in the industry but don’t think for a second when they rob a small budget independent film of a tiny number of good shows to survive,” the author of the essay said.

Take a look at what Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani director Karan Johar said on Threads. “The studios and producers should hopefully avoid clashing on a date without first giving each other a call… Calling us a fraternity is pointless if we can’t stand together during these difficult and stressful times in the theater.

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Can’t agree more, one user said. While the majority of such low-budget films are a hundred times superior to the major Bollywood blockbuster. Let’s see how the critics respond to the Big Bollywood release, which has been given a comfy grandeur makeover by Karan Johar from the original.

In today’s Bollywood, people pose themselves as actors to gain attention, publicity, and films, rather than actual artists who represent cinema. The comment stated, “Kay Kay Menon, Vijay Raaz, Sanjay Mishra, and Vinay Pathak are still to receive their credit. The way forward for the studios and producers should hopefully not include competing on a date without the kind gesture of a phone call.