Rakul Preet Singh Speaks About The Standards Of Web Series In Terms Of Content, Casting And Presentation

Rakul Preet Singh

Rakul Preet Singh 


Bollywood’s young actress Rakul Preet Singh who is bagging fame with her glam and charm, is all busy with a couple of good movies.

Bollywood's young actress Rakul Preet Singh who is bagging fame with her glam and charm, is all busy with a couple of good movies. She recently got recovered from Covid-19 pandemic and is now busy with her shooting schedules. As we all know how OTT platforms have surpassed the big screens in the time of Covid-19 lockdown, even Rakul Preet Singh spoke to media and shared her views about this new way of entertainment.

Speaking about OTT platform boom, this Bollywood lass doles out, "Indian audience got exposed to a lot of regional and international content. That not just improved their taste but also pushed us to deliver better content in films, write better scripts, influenced how we approach a story. With the exploration of the web there is so much more content that's being made. This has led to more opportunities for people to step into this industry so I think that's the brightest side."

This 'Sarrainodu' actress also speaks about the positive aspects of this small screen platform, "There's so much liberty that one can take in terms of storytelling, casting, presentation and all. It has raised the standards so high that people are now going to compare everything with everything they've seen during this time. So I think it's a great time for the entertainment industry."

Further she adds her views about female-centric plots and also doles out that, female-fronted stories should be made in abundance… "For me, it's about the existence of important roles for women. And I think such stories and characters are being created now. They were their earlier too and actors like [late] Meena Kumari ji, [late] Nargis ji and even Tabu, Kajol, Karisma Kapoor have done and are still doing such roles. Even see the films Vidya Balan, Taapsee Pannu and many others are doing. At the same time we also have to understand that there are a variety of films that are being made that focuses on different stories. But whatever it is, the story will always remain the hero."

Finally, she concludes, "At the end the content needs to reach the audience. Of course we all love theatre and want it to be fully functional. I myself went to a theatre to watch Tenet. We need to start pushing that section of livelihood back again. That is an entirely different scheme of things... But we also want our projects to release, to offer the audience something new. So, some had to opt for a direct-to-OTT release. We've to co-exist and not disregard or push back anything to make something else flourish. We've to work hand-in-hand hoping that normalcy comes back soon."

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