Deepika Padukone who has been part of women-centric films, says we need to look beyond male and female-led films.
We need to look beyond male and female-led films, says Deepika Padukone
Deepika was present at the cover launch of the book titled "The Dot That Went for a Walk" on Wednesday in Mumbai.
"I think it's amazing and nice for us to say that women-centric or female-centric films are working at a moment like this when we are talking about female role models. Having said that, when it comes to creativity, we need to look beyond female or male,"
"As a creative person, I would not like to make this distinction of male-driven or female-driven film. I would just say that great content is what is really working right now. I think a lot of that has to do with the audience. They are ready for that. I don't think it matters anymore who is in the movie," she added.
Films like, "Hichki", "Tumhari Sulu", "Raazi", "Piku" made a tremendous impact in 2018 in terms of content and box office collection.
Deepika last seen in 'Padmavat' will appear in a female-centric' film titled 'Chhapak'. Meghna Gulzar directorial is based on the life of acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal.
It also stars Vikrant Massey and is co-produced by Deepika herself.