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No One Criticises Movies In Korea, Critics Should Consider Whether They Have Written A Story Or Screenplay Says Roshan Andrews.

Director Roshan Andrews talks against film criticism.
by Xappie Desk | November 05, 2022 16:50 IST
No One Criticises Movies In Korea, Critics Should Consider Whether They Have Written A Story Or Screenplay Says Roshan Andrews.

Roshan Andrews is one of the notable directors of the new generation in Malayalam. His filmography is a series of notable films, from Udayananu Tharam to Saturday Night, which was released yesterday. Roshan Andrews shares the opinion that the influence of the internet and social media in modern times is affecting films in a bad way. The response of Roshan Andrews is in the interview given for the editorial. Roshan Andrews says that if earlier the audience was asked for their opinion after the end of a film, now they come with the mic after the first half.

 
Words of Roshan Andrews:
 
“2500 families live on a film, from poster boarders to representatives and junior artists. That's how I see it first. No one criticises movies in Korea. Instead, they are supporting the film. We will destroy and put down. Another question is: What qualifications do you have to criticize? Critics should consider whether they have written a story or screenplay. Is it the frustration of being unattainable that makes them do this?”
 
Many have came with a response to this. Many have mocked Roshan Andrews by citing his own words. “Then it is better to release your films in Korea,” one comment reads. Another comment goes, “If you order food at a restaurant, you should be a professional chef if you are going to remark about the taste of the food.”
 
Meanwhile; Saturday Night is currently running on theatres. The film received mixed response in the first day.


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