Here’s what Ajay Devgn said when a reporter asked him about the success of ‘The Kashmir Files’ | Hindi Movie News – Bollywood

Read the full story: Ajay Devgn on the success of ‘The Kashmir Files’: When you hear a true story, you feel the world needs to know it Featuring Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri’s super hit “The Kashmir Files” many industry celebrities have come forward and praised the film and its script. Now, Ajay Devgn, who is gearing up for the release of his upcoming movie, ‘Runway 34’, has also talked about ‘The Kashmir Files’. During the launch of Ajay’s ‘Runway 34’ trailer, the actor was asked if films based on real stories have become the best way to attract audiences, to which Ajay replied, ” It’s not like that. And it’s not just happening in India but also in the rest of the world. I’ve done biographical films like The Legend of Bhagat Singh. When you hear stories, some of they’re so inspiring. Sometimes the truth is so unbelievable that you can’t write fiction like that. The idea isn’t to chase real incidents and make a movie out of them. But what happens is that when you hear a true story, you feel like the world needs to know about it. And that’s why we cover it, otherwise we create our own stories.” ‘Runway 34’ which is also directed by Ajay Devgn is said to be based on real events. Apart from Ajay, the film also stars Amitabh Bachchan, Rakul Pre and Singh. After ‘Shivaay’, ‘Runway 34’ marks Ajay’s return to directing. Speaking about the film, Ajay had earlier said: “Close your eyes and think – each of us must have been in a situation in life where we felt all powerful for one moment and completely helpless the next minute. We have all experienced that moment when we felt we could take on the world and yet the very next situation threw us out of whack. This “storm” that’s brewing inside you, playing with your emotions; tearing you apart; this turbulent ride that makes you wonder – is – is it a nightmare? Or is it real? These are the feelings associated with track 34. There are terrific highs, alarming lows, a feeling of jubilation and despondency, all in the script. Honestly, let this script Passing me by wasn’t even a consideration. I knew I had to make it. For more news and updates, stay tuned to ETimes.

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