Hindi films are losing their strong story-base

@prasanta (1947)
India
October 10, 2007 2:39pm CST
Today's Hindi movies are very abrupt. The Indian way of story telling is almost absent. Some movies, of course, are nicely designed, they become attractive. However, most others are based on weak stories. What do you feel?
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@ssh123 (31100)
• India
9 Mar 08
They would like to have everything done free of cost or with low cost, so that they can maximize their profits. Nation's pride and prestige becomes secondary.
@dpk262006 (56473)
• Delhi, India
23 Oct 07
Hindi movies are losing their story base, not doubt about that. But barring few movies, each one of the movies revolve around the same story, with some twists. So Hindi film makers cannot think of new ideas to make a movie.
@prasanta (1947)
• India
8 Mar 08
Quite so. I feel they think repeating something that has hit the market will recurringly hit the market. But that is never possible. Audience always look for new and originally created things.
@ssh123 (31100)
• India
11 Oct 07
Everyone wants to make money quickly more so in film industry. They not only have a good story base, they even go on copying the stories or part of the stories from other films and produce a film. People who want some entertainment, paymoney and feel disgusted with cheap stuff the directors are trying to flush out.
@prasanta (1947)
• India
8 Mar 08
Not in all cases, but often it is true. I do not understand why do they do so? Don't we have creative writers in this country?