Neetu understands the plight of producers
Actor Neetu Chandra (right) whose recent production hit the theatres says that she now knows how difficult it is for producers to manage a film and what importance they hold in its making.
“Now I completely understand the difficulties a producer has to go through. Actors are just one part of the film. Even though they get treated like Gods in our country, a movie cannot be made just with them. The producers too have to go through a lot of difficulties to make a project successful and have to get everything done,” says Neetu.
The actor, who made her Bollywood debut with Garam Masala (2005) alongside actors John Abraham and Akshay Kumar, thanks her stars for the struggles she could avoid. “The biggest struggle that actors go through in this day and age is to get a break in Bollywood and to continue working. I am lucky that I got a break with Garam Masala and never had those problems for myself,” she says.
Chandra’s recent production throws light on the good side of the state of Bihar and she feels that films have the power to change perceptions.
“Films are the mirror of what happens in society, and if that is depicted in a bad way then that is how everyone else will see it. Films create images in the minds of people,” she says.