Aditya Dhar broke his silence on Ashwatthama


The Immortal Ashwatthama: Aditya Dhar broke his silence on Ashwatthama, saying - now is not the right time for the film

After the film 'Uri - The Surgical Strike', there was talk that the film's director Aditya Dhar would direct the film 'The Immortal Ashwatthama' with actor Vicky Kaushal. Vicky Kaushal's name kept being associated with this film for a long time, later it was heard that actor ranveer singh was being approached for this film. Then it was heard that Aditya Dhar is in talks with South cinema superstar allu arjun for this film. But during the trailer launch of the film 'Article 370' on Thursday, Aditya Dhar revealed that this film has been put on hold for now.

During the trailer launch of the film 'Article 370', when Aditya Dhar talked about the film 'The Immortal Ashwatthama', Aditya Dhar said, 'The film is now on hold. We do not have the VFX quality that I have for this film and the level at which I want to produce the film. Whatever is there is very expensive. I will have to wait until this technology becomes affordable and the number of audiences in theaters increases. I will produce the film, but right now I am waiting for the right time.

Referring to hollywood director james cameron, Aditya Dhar said, 'James cameron thought of making the film 'Avatar' 27 years ago. According to him, at the level at which he wanted to produce this film, the kind of technology that was used to produce the film 'Avatar' was not available at that time. He waited for the right time for them. And, how the film was made in front of people today. I don't compare myself with james cameron, I am not even equal to his nails, but I am waiting for the right time to make 'The Immortal Ashwatthama'.

Aditya Dhar said, 'Our effort is to make a good film. That's why we don't want to make this film in a hurry. Because once what is printed on a film, it remains in existence for the next 200-300 years. I don't want to make films just for the sake of making a project, nor is my aim in making films to make money. I am a patriot and I believe that as filmmakers, we have a responsibility to represent our country in the right way. I want or one of my colleagues to stand on the oscar stage and win it for India. This will happen only when we make cinema.

During the trailer launch of the film 'Article 370', it was also discussed that this film is a propaganda film and by releasing the film near the elections, an attempt is being made to portray the image of the present government as good. Aditya Dhar said, 'I don't care what people think about this film. When the audience watches this film, they will understand what kind of film it is. As far as this film is concerned to increase the vote bank by showing a good image of the present government, I think the government no longer needs it. The government has given us the construction of the ram temple which has been disputed for 500 years, what more do we want?

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