Batla House demonstrates that Bollywood will not shoot encounter movies
Screenwriter and filmmaker Sanjay Gupta started working on 'Shootout at Lokhandwala' and 'Shootout At Wadala' encounter-based films years ago. A third portion of the 'Shootout' series is in the pipeline, but before that, he has a gangster movie that will once again involve the police encounter which is a style and one of Bollywood's latest trends.
Shootout At Lokhandwala was published in May 2007, more than 12 years before the ' Batla House ' of Nikkhil Advani, who once again dwells on the topic of encounter policeman. This movie will release this year's Independence Day.
Like the film of Gupta, Advani's recent film is also based on an event in real life. The encounter policeman has come in a complete circle between the two movies. Johar feels that filmmakers need to be delicate in narrating such stories.
The director of this movie said about his movie that it had altered, it had developed rather. The way movies have developed, the policeman is now more realistic. They were doing their research these days before they write a script so that they could put true components into their movie.
He also added that before writing a story about a police encounter, they communicate with encounter experts. Although they did fictionalize stuff, they were influenced by the truth. So yes, it had altered over time, but that's all right.
Well, Batla House will be released on 15th August on the occasion of Independence Day.