Actress Richa Chadda has also backed Sanjay Leela Bhansali's for his upcoming film "Padmavati", saying "our culture is not so fragile that a film can ruin it"
The actress, who was present at a press conference in Mumbai on Wednesday at the song launch of her upcoming film "Fukrey Returns"
, told media: "I do not think our culture and religion is so fragile that a film of two hours can ruin that.
"On the other hand, we are living in a democratic country where we have an appointed board that certifies our film, I see no reason for commenting on a film without watching it,"
said Richa, who has been a part of Bhansali's "Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela".
In addition to it, producer Ritesh Sidhwani, who was all excited about his upcoming home-production "Fukrey Returns"
, said his film will not get overshadowed by other big-budget films. When asked about his film releasing between two big-ticket films like "Padmavati"
and "Tiger Zinda Hai", the producer told media: "Well, if you think our film will get sandwiched between the two big releases, I would say the meat of the sandwich is always much tastier, isn't it?"
"Honestly, I am not apprehensive about it. 'Fukrey Returns' won't be overshadowed because of its genre. I know how massive 'Padmavati' is, and 'Tiger...' is a Salman Khan film. But our film is a comedy, the genre is different."
"Fukrey Returns" is releasing on December 15.
news source: ians