Varun Dhawan said – I do not want to see Salman Khan on “OTT”, told this reason – न्यूज़लीड India

Varun Dhawan said – I do not want to see Salman Khan on “OTT”, told this reason


Hits and flops of films are measured differently

Varun Dhawan said that hits and flops of films are measured differently on OTT platforms. He said that there are no direct numbers regarding this, on the basis of which the reaction of the audience can be estimated. During this, Varun Dhawan also said that art is subjective. The profit and loss of films affects the investors, not anyone else.

Box office pressure has eased

Box office pressure has eased

The actor said that the box office pressure has reduced since the platform came on OTT, due to which filmmakers can choose risky options. Varun Dhawan said that OTT is reducing the pressure by coming. Otherwise, filmmakers have thought a lot before making a film, now they can make a film on their desired subject without worrying.

Box office pressure has eased

Box office pressure has eased

The actor said that the box office pressure has reduced since the introduction of the OTP platform, due to which filmmakers can choose risky options. Varun Dhawan said OTP coming is reducing the pressure. Otherwise, filmmakers have thought a lot before making a film, now they can make a film on their desired subject without worrying.

Would not like to see Salman Khan on OTP

Would not like to see Salman Khan on OTP

During this interview, Varun Dhawan was asked which actor should not come on the OTP platform. In response, Varun Dhawan took Salman Khan’s. He said that I would not like to see Salman Khan on OTP. Explaining the reason for this, Varun Dhawan said that when I see him on the big screen on Eid or on big holidays, then there is a different happiness. At the same time, when asked which actor he wants to see on OTP, Varun Dhawan named Siddharth Malhotra and Arjun Kapoor.

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