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04-16-2013, 11:02 PM #1
Don't divide films based on region: Kay Kay MenonDon't divide cinema region-wise, says actor Kay Kay Menon, who is moving from Hindi cinema and theatre to the south with the Tamil film "Udhayam NH4".
"There is absolutely no need to divide cinema region-wise. Except for the language, I don't see any difference in cinema made in any part of the world. By dividing cinema based on its region, we are only taking that language for granted," Kay Kay told IANS.
"We have catered enough to the masses with stupid films. Time has come to make films with certain calibre. I can understand Malayalam, Marathi, Tamil and Bengali. I'm ready to do films in these languages if I find something off the beaten path," he added.
He admits language is a barrier when you do not understand it and adds: "One of the reasons I chose to work in 'Udhayam NH4' is because I can understand the language. I hate to mouth dialogues in a language I don't understand."
Why didn't you do a Tamil film all these years?
"Honestly, I haven't been approached. Moreover, I have been extremely busy with Hindi films. I have finally decided to diversify because I'm bored of being part of films that are made only to churn profits," said Kay Kay....being a human...