It can technically be compared to Hollywood or Bollywood movies. Imagine: a person writes a script, gathers the actors, and they start shooting. The most important thing is to figure out how to make people see the film and become interested in it. It can be a scandal, a chic secular party, or the arrival of a beautiful woman. The best way to achieve a goal is to show people what is happening from their point of view, to imagine yourself in the place of all these people.
Many foreign companies invited stars to shoot in commercials: fashion designers, designers, actors, directors. I remember how in Bangalore we got to the shooting of the film “Zita and Gita”. Kapoor was invited there, and he became the biggest star. â€œThis is a very interesting story,â€ Kapoor said. â€œItâ€™s interesting for me to do something like that, that is, to play a person who has deeply studied the life of some local people. We had a few days to live in a Maratha village, meet with people to help them. During the first day, they showed us how weapons are made, what clothes women and men wear. But on the second day, we were invited to dinner at the family of some local ruler. Then there was a dinner at which all the participants filming took part in it. At the same time, everyone tried to support their favorite star. We were told that in our country people are extremely respectful of their homes. So the next day I had to play a family of Maratha princes who dress like the richest people in the world ” Five orchestras sounded, and each played its own melody. When the game ended, one person from the orchestra, who was not in the hall at that time, said with tears in his eyes: “I would like you to play like that and for you!” And we played. It was the best advertisement in my life. After that, I always tried to invite stars to my place. They never refused. Moreover, they were modest people and did not strive for fame and popularity.
I was amazed to learn that they had already visited our city more than once. So, in June of this year, one person brought a Hindu festival to Moscow. It was the Great Theater (it belongs to the Ulla School). A stage was specially prepared for him, chairs were set up, scenery was made, and costumes were made for the artists. He played his role quite well, but the audience always felt that he was sitting very far away. He told me then: “You can play like you everywhere. You just need to come up with a