Actor Ranveer Singh said on Wednesday that his decision to make his television debut as host of The Big Picture had nothing to do with the current situation in the Hindi film industry where films are not released in rooms due to the coronavirus pandemic. Singh said that although cinemas across the country were closed due to the pandemic last year and later opened in phases, his film work has not been interrupted. Bigg Boss 15: Afsana jokes about having an evil spirit inside her that wants to kiss Shamita Shetty (Watch the video).
“This decision (to make his TV debut) had nothing to do with the fact that the films weren’t shown. I have been shooting films, including Rohit Shetty’s ‘Cirkus’, throughout the film. lockdown first and second. That job was on. “But that was an independent decision, not because ‘Oh, that doesn’t happen, so let me do that.’ It was a clear decision based on the format that got me excited. We’re on to something good, ”the actor told reporters. Pranitaa Pandit thinks the competition is intense in showbiz, says “Only the fittest survive”.
He was speaking at a press conference for the next quiz, which will begin airing on Colors from October 16. With the opening of cinemas in the country, the industry will have some breathing room, Singh said. “It’s been a tough phase for the film industry. The theaters have been closed for so long. But the good news is that they are finally going to open. I’m excited, grateful.” For our movie people – producers, exhibitors , distributors, anyone related to showbiz – who’s had a tough time, things are looking up, “the 36-year-old actor said.
Recently, the government of Maharashtra allowed theaters to reopen from October 22, opening the floodgates for announcements of release dates for various Hindi films. Singh himself has planned three releases, starting with “Sooryavanshi,” which is slated to hit screens during Diwali, followed by cricket drama “83” at Christmas and “Jayeshbhai Jordaar” by Yash Raj Films for February 2022. “The Big Picture “contestants will answer visual questions to win the grand prize.
Singh said the show brought in itself an “exciting opportunity” on a personal level, as it could introduce audiences to another “skill set” – that of a host. The actor said he was constantly getting offers on TV for years, but “something was wrong.” “Either the format wasn’t that good, I felt like I had seen it before or I felt the hosting would be too early for me.” But with this show, all the stars were aligned. I couldn’t say no, the format was so new and I immediately felt like I had to do it, “he added.
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