Talking about Goldie Behl’s psychological film Duranga, it has been well received by the audience. The film has actors like Gulshan Davaraya and Drishti Dhami in important roles.
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Sonali Bendre’s husband and well-known filmmaker Goldie Bahl is very happy with the success of her recently released film Duranga. Let us inform you that the film Duranga is a remake of the Korean movie Flower of Evil. Goldie Bahl has been associated with Hindi cinema for a long time. In such a situation, he is well aware of the trend of boycott in Bollywood. Goldie Bahl feels that the trend of boycott is not the reason why Bollywood films flop or not. Not only this, Goldie has also supported Vijay Deverkonda’s recently released film Ligar.
Goldie Bahl on the boycott trend
Giving her opinion on the Bollywood boycott trend and supporting Leaguer films, Goldie Behl said in an interview to Spotboye, “I think it’s very unfortunate that Hindi films are going through this phase. I think no trend or anything can stop a good film from succeeding. I have firm faith in that.”
Goldie Behl also said – “I have been in this industry for a long time and if a film connects with the audience, nothing can stop it from succeeding. But worst of all is the increasing negativity of people. I don’t know if this kind of hate campaign affects the performance of the film. A good film transcends these and plays.”
When the filmmaker was asked if pan India film Ligar failed because of the boycott trend, Goldie Behl said, “No, I don’t think a film can fail at the box office because of the boycott trend. My understanding is that if you make a film Look at the percentage of people going to theaters to watch, but you will get the answer on social media.”
How Goldie Bahl got the idea for Duranga
Currently talking about Goldie Behl’s psychological film Duranga, it has received a good response from the audience. The film has actors like Gulshan Davaraya and Drishti Dhami in important roles. Goldie, the producer of the show, also revealed in an interview how he got the idea to make Duranga. Goldie said that a young girl in her office who is a big K-drama fan told her about the Korean drama show Flower of Evil. He liked it so much that he decided to remake it as an Indian thriller drama.