In a conversation with ANI, the actor said, “Directors of South Indian film industries are more intelligent, have a higher IQ, and are more innovative compared to us (Bollywood directors). It is our foolishness that we are working on the same formula forever.”
“Films from South India like Pugenre,violence,sequences,theyareway.”also recentlyshpa are typical of their genre with lots of action, violence and flashy sequences but it is presented to the audience in a new way. I also recently worked in a South Indian film named Indian 2 with Shankar. In my first experience working with him, I realized how innovative he was. “He presents the same concept in a variety of ways and represents the culture better,” the Tamasha actor added. added. realized
As the conversation progressed further, he was asked if films which can affect people’s lives deeply are still being made. The 59-year-old actor explained, “No such films are being made in North India.” He also shed some light on parallel cinema, and asserted, “Commercial films mean ‘art made for commerce’. Hence, ‘parallel films’ don’t exist. Unless your films are entertaining a large mass of people, they cannot be called ‘cinema’ and South Indian filmmakers know this.”
Piyush is set to perform in Raipur as part of his Aarambh Hai Prachand concert series with a big band. He is also writing a book titled Tumhaari Aukaat Kya Hai Piyush Mishra (What’s your status Piyush Mishra?) which is an autobiographical novel set to come out on January 13, 2023.