Actress Amala Paul, while speaking in an interview to a Tamil magazine, said, “Kollywood allots big budget only for commercial films. Bollywood film industry is straightforward that way. When compared to Bollywood, Kollywood is fake. They keep churning out the same films. Times have changed but our industry has not kept up with it. We need to support good films. But, here, they support only mass films.”
She added, “In that sense, if a leading hero had done Thiruttu Payale 2, then it would have been a box-office success. The film did not have commercial elements. If it had more commercial aspects, then it could have been celebrated more.”
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