We have matured as an audience: Siddharth Malhotra
The actor is happy that nobody spoilt the fun of his last film, the murder mystery Ittefaq, by revealing the end
Sidharth Malhotra, who was last seen in a suspense-thriller drama Ittefaq, says that we have matured as an audience and as an industry.
Ittefaq did well at the box office, and talking about it Sidharth says, "I am very impressed with media that they didn't gave away the end of the film while writing reviews. People respected the story and filmmaker, because if you give away the end in murder mystery, it spoils the whole fun, so I feel, we have matured as an audience and as an industry."
Commenting on the ongoing controversy over Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmavati, whose release has been opposed by several outfits, the actor says, "The kind of effort we put in films is immense, and also, I feel we should give credit to the filmmaker. If you see earlier films of Bhansali sir, they are very respectful, artistic and have nothing offensive about them. So it's unfair to comment without watching the film and I feel that right to comment is given to censor board only."
He adds that, as an industry "we hope that Padmavati will have good release, and the audience watch the film and then form an opinion."
Sidharth's next is Neeraj Pandey's Aiyaary, with Manoj Bajpayee, Rakul Preet Singh and Anupam Kher.