The global crisis of coronavirus has bought the entertainment industries across the country to a halt. Actor Rana Daggubati, who has worked in Bollywood and south industries was one of the panellists in the third session of Naik Naik & Company’s web series with the theme ‘Reinvent and Rediscover – Talent and Talent Managers perspective’. Talking about how the entertainment industry will bounce back after the lockdown, the Baahubali actor said, “I speak from Hyderabad and I speak
from a different movie industry as compared to Hindi cinema where rules are slightly different. In all of the industries that will get back, probably Malayalam industry can get back much faster than all of us because they use the smallest units and so they can get cinema done very quickly. They have very limited resources and they have made big cinema with that. It’s not very hard to adapt to the change of working with minimum resources and I’m sure that other industries too will adapt to this change very fast.” Also Read – Week That Was South: Rana Daggubati gets engaged to Miheeka Bajaj, Thala Ajith’s Valimai pushed to 2021
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He added, “Human beings will adapt to the change very soon and that applies to actors as well. If there’s only one particular way things are done, then that’s the only way they will be done.” Also Read – Trending Entertainment News Today – Sonam Kapoor warns Rana Daggubati on engagement, Ramayan’s record is questioned
Jolly LLB 2 and Gangs of Wasseypur actress Huma Qureshi also kept her point as she said, “I’ve had a very interesting conversation with a writer friend
of mine as to what people are interested in watching these days, like something gritty or hard-hitting maybe… but everybody in the room was of the opinion
that people want to see something lighter, as there is so much of moroseness and death reports due to COVID-19 and what not. But then I saw Paatal Lok and it just blew me away. It’s really good quality writing and really good content. So again, these are presumptions that we go by, as people keep saying, ‘abhi to yeh chalne wala hai’. We have to be open to the new world and new challenges and have to be adaptable to what it is going to be.”
Well, we hope once the situation comes back to normalcy, the entertainment industry gets a smooth start across the country.