"There used to be a lot of emotions around parents once and the audience wants it again. 'Himmatwala' (remake) is on the same lines and Salman Khan is responsible for starting it again," the 57-year-old said here Sunday at the music launch of his upcoming film "Saawariya - Khatu Shyam Ji Ki Amar Gatha".
Directed by Vinod Chhabra, "Saawariya - Khatu Shyam Ji Ki Amar Gatha" tells about the glory and wonders of Lord Khatu Shyam.
Talking about his role in the film, Shakti said: "'Saawariya...' is for god. It is a family drama and after watching the film you will feel like it is a Rajshri (the banner known for making 'Hum Aapke Hain Koun...!' and 'Vivaah') film."
"I play a guy with dark shades, what I am known for. The only dark character in the film is Shakti Kapoor. However, in the end he realises his mistake and asks god for forgiveness," he added.
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I totally disagree...movies nowadays miss good strong concepts and storylines...where as back in the day the movies wer very good..strong concept...nowadays not much attention is given 2 the way u act...or evn 2 the fact whether or nt u can act...but then acting was all important...thts y superstars wer made... u can never see any of the current young actors/actresses be another rajesh khanna or madhubala etc...
movies in the 90s and 80s include maine pyar kia, kuch kuch hota hai, dilwale, all of which r stil remembered 2day
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