Rishabh Shetty, the star of Kantara, says he supports the idea of all-Indian films.

Rishabh Shetty attended an interactive session at the 53rd International Film Festival of India . He said he believed in the maxim that if a film is more local and rooted, it has a greater universal appeal .

India, Panaji (Goa), November 25: Since his film Kantara was deemed a smash, Rishabh Shetty has been on a roll.Rishabh attended an interactive session at the 53rd International Film Festival of India on Thursday.During the meeting, the actor-director covered a variety of topics, from Kantara's success to how he adapted to the film industry and the idea of pan-Indian films.Films today are approaching the language barrier, according to Rishabh.

He said he believed in the maxim that if a film is more local and rooted, it has a greater universal appeal.He said that western movies were present in regional cinemas in the late 1990s.However, they are now incorporating local traditions and traditions, giving them the much-needed vivacity and vivacity which has been embraced by the community.To back up his points, he said that people from all around India have accepted Kantara despite the language barrier, because the audience could relate well with the drama and fantastic graphics.

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