‘I wish more people focus on crafting a decent picture,’ says Ishaan Khatter, referring to Bollywood’s concept of formula.
Ishaan Khatter has stated that the formula in Bollywood has vanished due to the audience’s changing tastes post-pandemic.
Ishaan Khatter has spoken out against the problems plaguing Bollywood. Several high-profile and large-budget Hindi films have bombed at the box office this year, while films from the south have raked in huge bucks. Despite a recent mini-resurgence, many people are still concerned about Bollywood’s form in terms of substance and business.
Ishaan has recently said that this is due to the fact that the predetermined formula for what would work has evaporated following the epidemic.
Ishaan was most recently seen in the horror comedy Phone Bhoot, which he co-starred in with Katrina Kaif and Siddhant Chaturvedi. Despite receiving mixed to good reviews, the film performed poorly at the box office, earning just 17.6 crore globally against a stated 25-crore budget.
In a recent interview with The Hindu, Ishaan discussed the changing interests of moviegoers. “People’s watching habits have shifted. Many people prefer to watch movies on streaming platforms rather than going to theaters. People make decisions, and as actors, we must learn to do the same. “We don’t know what kinds of movies people like to see at home rather than on the large screen,” he explained.
He went on to say that, since the outbreak, Bollywood’s perception of what constitutes a good film has shifted. “There was an idea that there was a certain recipe that worked. That has now been stopped. The best bet is to follow your artistic instincts and strive to produce a decent picture. I hope that more people prioritise producing a decent film over anything else. That’s the hopeful viewpoint,” he continued.
Ishaan will next be featured in Pippa, a military drama. The film is directed by Raja Krishna Menon and stars Mrunal Thakur, Priyanshu Painyuli, and Soni Razdan, among others. The film, set during the 1971 Indo-Pak war, portrays the actual life of military hero Brigadier Balram Singh Mehta.

Ishaan Khatter, referring to Bollywood’s concept of formula

‘I wish more people focus on crafting a decent picture,’ says Ishaan Khatter, referring to Bollywood’s concept of formula.
Ishaan Khatter has stated that the formula in Bollywood has vanished due to the audience’s changing tastes post-pandemic.
Ishaan Khatter has spoken out against the problems plaguing Bollywood. Several high-profile and large-budget Hindi films have bombed at the box office this year, while films from the south have raked in huge bucks. Despite a recent mini-resurgence, many people are still concerned about Bollywood’s form in terms of substance and business.
Ishaan has recently said that this is due to the fact that the predetermined formula for what would work has evaporated following the epidemic.
Ishaan was most recently seen in the horror comedy Phone Bhoot, which he co-starred in with Katrina Kaif and Siddhant Chaturvedi. Despite receiving mixed to good reviews, the film performed poorly at the box office, earning just 17.6 crore globally against a stated 25-crore budget.
In a recent interview with The Hindu, Ishaan discussed the changing interests of moviegoers. “People’s watching habits have shifted. Many people prefer to watch movies on streaming platforms rather than going to theaters. People make decisions, and as actors, we must learn to do the same. “We don’t know what kinds of movies people like to see at home rather than on the large screen,” he explained.
He went on to say that, since the outbreak, Bollywood’s perception of what constitutes a good film has shifted. “There was an idea that there was a certain recipe that worked. That has now been stopped. The best bet is to follow your artistic instincts and strive to produce a decent picture. I hope that more people prioritise producing a decent film over anything else. That’s the hopeful viewpoint,” he continued.
Ishaan will next be featured in Pippa, a military drama. The film is directed by Raja Krishna Menon and stars Mrunal Thakur, Priyanshu Painyuli, and Soni Razdan, among others. The film, set during the 1971 Indo-Pak war, portrays the actual life of military hero Brigadier Balram Singh Mehta.

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