Actor Swwapnil Joshi believes that to do justice to massive initiatives, theatrical launch is the one means out.
“It’s a fact that some stories are meant to be told on a larger canvas with real cinema experience. Pandemic and influx of content on OTT spoilt the game for films. But still, there are makers as well as actors who are taking chances and waiting to give their projects a justified release. For now, maybe only a few films are witnessing packed halls but people are coming back to theatres for sure. My last Marathi film Vaalvi got a theatrical release this month and it was such a confidence booster for both the actors and makers. It was great to be back on silver screen,” says Samantar and Bali actor.
Joshi has an extended profession in Marathi and Hindi movies put up his tv debut a baby artiste. “I have been lucky to have played characters that were well received and still remembered by almost everyone. Be it TV shows Uttar Ramayan, Krishna or OTT series Samantar2, small screen has given me what many actors dream of. But, as of now, Hindi television has nothing new to offer me and that’s why my focus for now is films, Marathi TV and web projects. I am a television prodigy and my ongoing Marathi show Tu Tevha Tashi is a proof enough for my love for the medium. Good scripts with an exciting character tops my priority list else what’s the use of working so hard to make a place in the industry.”
Currently, Joshi is busy taking pictures for his subsequent internet undertaking. “Of late, some actually good tales got here my means that I’m more than pleased to be part of. I’m engaged on an OTT undertaking together with finalizing movie scripts. I’m glad that good tales are getting recognition, regardless of the medium. So, let’s see how this yr shapes up for
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