New Delhi: Filmmaker Satish Kaushik is delighted that Indian cinema has expanded globally and advises young filmmakers to think internationally to tap bigger audiences.
"The world has become very small. The reach of Indian films has widened globally. No one thought that Hollywood films would do such good business here, whether it's 'Inception' or 'Source Code' or 'Hangover 2', so many Hollywood films are also being shot here," Kaushik told IANS.
"The future is very bright and a lot of people would be coming to India. I would suggest new and young filmmakers should think internationally because for them the audience is much bigger now. They will have much more access to global cinema than we had in our time," he added.
The actor-director, popularly known as Calender of 'Mr. India', directed 'Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja', 'Mujhe Kuch Kehna Hai' and 'Tere Naam'.
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