Madhuri Dixit reveals that writers used to write scripts on sets in the 90s, says ‘we used to wait…’ – Bharat Times Hindi News

Image Source : Instagram/madhuridixit Madhuri reveals that writers used to write scripts on the sets

Madhuri saidwho is all set to star in his upcoming film ‘Maaja Ma’ recently talked about the changes that he has seen in recent years and how the Hindi film industry, otherwise known as Bollywood Yes, it has changed over time. ,

Speaking to IANS, the actress, who plays a Gujarati housewife in the film, said, “Earlier the Hindi film industry was very chaotic and chaotic, except for a few productions like Yash Raj Films, Subhash Ghai’s production or Rajshree production, which greatly influenced her approach. arranged in But now with the introduction of corporate culture in films, things have become more streamlined today.”

He then went on to mention how the industry began to take writing—the basis of any film, quite seriously, “We now have table reading sessions with our fellow actors, something that wasn’t heard in the 1990s.” We used to get dialogues on the go, just before giving a shot.”

Adding a humorous tinge to his statement, he further mentioned, “We used to wait for the writer to finish the dialogues, who would say from some corner of the set, ‘Ya ma’am bas 2 min mein likh ke deta hoon (just 2 minutes) ) and your dialogues will be ready, madam)”.

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Things have changed for good, the actress said and this in a way helps Indian cinema compete on the global stage where productions are flawless and of six-sigma quality, “Today, we are given a bound script. , which breaks down things down to the last details like what are we going to wear in a particular scene or what should be the pitching of the character. These details really help an actor to prepare for a scene and give something like Which the audience will absolutely love.”

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Meanwhile, ‘Maaja Ma’ is slated to release on Prime Video on October 6.

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