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Negative Reviews Should Be Published 8-10 Days After Film’s Release: Sudhir Attavar

Attavar requested the court or government to intervene.

Director and musician Sudhir Attavar said that he is against the negative reviews which are published immediately after the release of a film.

Kannada director and lyricist Sudhir Attavar has spoken out against the negative reviews immediately after the release of a movie. In a recent interaction with the media, Attavar demanded that negative reviews be released only after 8-10 days of the film release. The director blamed the negative publicity for the failure of films at the box office.

“Reviewing movies by blogs, social media, paid YouTube channels or online portals is another challenge we face in today’s world. We don’t know how the producer comes up with crores to invest in a film. I am saying this because my producer Trivikrama is with me and I can see that pain. ‘Kari Haida Koragajja’ is my second film. Now both of us are gearing up for a third film… I know the pain and worry of a producer. But on the release day of the movie, if a blogger, or an online portal, or a YouTuber writes a negative comment about the movie, the audience will feel that the movie is not good,” the director said.

He further requested the court and government to control the YouTubers, bloggers, online portals and paid YouTube channels. “Only after they allow us to screen our film for at least a week let us have their say,” said Attavar.

Sudhir Attavar is the director of the film Parie, which starred three Padma awardees including Usha Uthup.

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