Blind Item 2 – November 2018
Today’s blind item comes from SuperCinema. It’s about this director, whose past films have not worked as much as his older films did. See, for the young generation of actors, he is quite a legend. So if he is offering them a film, especially if that film is the sequel of his film that made him really famous, chances are these young actors will accept it.
It is true what this blind item mentions about him, his ideas are a little outdated. Well, not that much outdated like Subhash Ghai, more like his ideas and concepts are similar. It’s like he is stuck with that concept in mind and cannot think ahead of it. It worked for him thrice, so maybe he can’t give up that formula.
As it is, he is trying to find actors for his next project, but he can’t get any top stars so he is going for the younger stars. Naturally, they are all dying to work with him and won’t think twice before signing up with him. It will be nice to see what he can come up with next.
Check out the blind item below from SuperCinema.
This filmmaker was at one point of time one of the most sought after directors in the market. His movies would work and people and stars would just gravitate towards his work. But fast forward to 2018 and he has fallen off the radar for all the superstars who once queued up outside his office. The reason for his decline is the lack of fresh ideas in his head but also the abysmal box office returns his past few movies have garnered.
Now the current state is that he doesn’t have any script ready but he has got a few young and dare we say naive actors ready to be part of his next venture which however doesn’t have a studio or a producer backing it either. The actors are just enamoured by the filmmaker’s aura and his past record and not really looking at what he is offering them. Now we hear that he has been telling a young actress that he wants her to be the lead in his fictitious sequel to his hit movie from the past as well. We hope that these young actors don’t fall prey to his fraudulent ways and take care of their young budding careers.