KGF star Yash has this special request to Fans after the success of South Indian movies

India is the largest producer of movies in the entire world. Bollywood, Kollywood, Tollywood, Mollywood, Sandalwood and other regional cinema industries together produce more movies than any nations in the world.

Indian film industry is the world’s most profitable movie-making nation, with a net gross production of 800 to 1,000 movies every year that is almost double of the net creation produced by Hollywood.

The Indian film industry made Guinness Book of World records in 2009, with a total of 1,288 films were being produced in 24 different languages.

Meanwhile, Bollywood industry is a vast sector in which many artists collaborate. At times, some situations may arise in which two people engage in an argument or a full-fledged brawl. In actuality, this has already occurred and will continue to occur. There is no doubt that Bollywood industry incurred losses this year. 

KGF star Yash has this special request to Fans after the success of South Indian movies

KGF star Yash has urged the fans to respect Bollywood after the success of South Indian movies.

“I don’t want the people of Karnataka to put any other industry down, because we have faced the same problem when everyone treated us the same way. We have worked hard to get that respect. After that, we cannot start disrespecting anyone.

We should respect everybody. Respect Bollywood. Forget this north and south. It’s not a good development when people start ridiculing Bollywood saying, ‘They are nothing’. It’s just a phase. They have taught us so many things,” Yash said in the interview.

Meanwhile, during the trailer launch for the film, Yash added that all the credit for the success of the first movie goes to the director of the project, Prashanth Neel.

“I am very attached to my industry. I should receive the least credit for my film. Honestly, I am happy we have done something with chapter 1. KGF happened because of Prasanth Neel. A lot of people give me credit, but it is bullshit. It is Prasanth Neel’s film. He deserves all the credit. He can even make first-timers act as thorough professionals. And he loves his heroes and actors,” he said.